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Question: Investigate how the Amish live. Tell me about the farming, chores, cooking, cleaning,etc. If you were living with them for a week ... what would your entire day look like. Be specific... What time do you wake up -what are your responsibilities? chores? any relaxing time? school time? cooking and cleaning? animals? gardening? family business? (some amish sell food, baked goods, canned goods, plants etc.

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The Amish are a Christian group known for simple living, plain dress, and reluctance to adopt the conveniences of modern technology. Their day-to-day life mainly revolves around farming, chores, cooking, and cleaning. If you were to live with an Amish family for a week, your daily schedule might look something like this: 1. Morning Routine (4:30-6:00 AM) Waking up early in the morning, typically between 4:30 AM and 5:00 AM, you might start your day with early morning prayers and breakfast. The Amish cook meals using wood-burning stoves, and breakfast might include eggs, homemade bread, and fruits from their gardens. 2. Farming and Gardening (6:00-11:00 AM) After breakfast, you would head straight into chores, such as taking care of livestock and various farming duties. This could involve milking cows, feeding animals, cleaning barns, and tending to the crops. Additionally, you may participate in gardening, from planting and watering to weeding and harvesting. 3. Cooking and Baking (11:00 AM-1:00 PM) Once you finish your morning chores, you would return to the house to help prepare lunch for the family. Amish meals are often made from homegrown ingredients and might include meat, potatoes, and vegetables. You could also participate in baking goods like pies, bread, and cookies, which are often sold at roadside stands or markets to support the family income. 4. Afternoon Work (1:00-5:00 PM) Following lunch and a short rest, the afternoons are typically spent working on various family projects, such as sewing and quilting, woodworking, or even preparing canned goods for the winter months. If you were living with the Amish during the school year, children between the ages of six and fourteen would attend a one-room schoolhouse for academic lessons. 5. Evening Chores (5:00-7:00 PM) The evening would involve more chores and tending to the animals. Additionally, Amish families often spend time together working on their gardens, tending to beehives, collecting eggs, or preserving fruits and vegetables for the winter season. 6. Dinner and Wind Down (7:00-9:00 PM) Once the work is done for the day, the family will gather for dinner and then perhaps engage in some evening activities. This could include reading, playing board games, or just talking and enjoying each other's company. There would not be any television, radio, or internet usage as the Amish do not adopt modern technology in their daily lives. 7. Nighttime Routine and Bedtime (9:00-9:30 PM) As the day comes to an end, you would partake in the family's bedtime routine, which includes nighttime prayers and getting ready for bed. Amish households typically have early bedtimes due to the physically demanding work and early morning wake-up. Living with the Amish for a week, you would experience a lifestyle grounded in hard work, simplicity, and strong family values, with much time spent outdoors and being self-sufficient through farming, cooking, and running family businesses.

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April 20, 2023, 9:49 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, April 20, 2023

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