It’s that special time of year when my dining room becomes a dumping ground for all things camo, the muddy boots take up residence on the front porch and my husband does laundry (gasp!) with scent eliminating detergent. It’s his thing, I get that and I am glad he has a hobby that allows him to (literally) blow off steam in the great outdoors. It’s something he is passionate about and we all need an outlet like that.
However, for me, and the other women out there who love hunters, hunting season evokes a different meaning, giving way to our own set of hunting rituals. Left to our own devices, we find some pretty creative ways to stay busy while our hunters are out gathering and when they return, we are faced with the challenge of what to do with their loot. Today’s post will explore women’s hunting rituals, with some help from my research team, and tomorrow I will try and help you make sense of the carcasses, antlers and mounts in your home.
While she loves spending time with the hubs, she really enjoys her solo weekends; without little ones, she is footloose and fancy free often taking her show on the road!
Rearranging the house, pampering and much-needed girl time seem to be common themes here. However you chose to use this time, whether it’s with your kiddos, friends, or your pores, make the most of the remainder of this hunting season, ladies. We’d love to hear about your hunting rituals, too!