It was the Summer of 2018

Summer Love. That's what it's all about. It's about camping and bonfires and s'mores. It's about late nights, corn on the cob, star-gazing and sunburns. It's about swimming, watermelon, sandals and being in nature. But most importantly, summer is about loved ones, laughter and memories made. Ross and I have worked really hard to be... Continue Reading →

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New Year, New Routines

Well, it's started. The 2018-2019 school year! This year we have a kindergartner and a preschooler. Josiah was not completely thrilled to be going back, and Charlotte was over-the-moon excited. Eli was very disappointed that he didn't get to ride the bus and kept asking, "Why they leave me?!?," distraught over his siblings going off... Continue Reading →

Hobnob & Hogwash

I have many childhood memories of impromptu block party grill outs and playing night games with the neighborhood kids until long after the street lights came on. I loved summer time with friends. I still do love summer time with friends, but my neighbors live further away and impromptu isn't a very regular thing. Last... Continue Reading →

Just a Farmer: Time & Land

I have found that there are four basic things needed to become a farmer; time, land, money and big dreams. I've also found that it's fairly easy to obtain two of these, three is a challenge and all four... well, we aren't there yet! Today I will share my thoughts on two of these "farming... Continue Reading →

Just a Farmer

Growing up I loved to read books about horses, country living and strong-willed women. I dreamed of life on a farm or ranch, where the field met the sky and there wasn't another person in sight. Never in a million years did I ever think that dream would become my reality... kinda. I am a... Continue Reading →

The Year Was 2017

It's hard to believe that another year has passed and it is time again for the annual Christmas Letter Blog. Wow, time sure does fly when you're having fun, or at least when you have three small people running around like crazy. Haha So let's update, we'll go youngest to oldest! Eli Peter, age 2.... Continue Reading →

Words

So, if I'm being honest, I should be husking corn to prep for freezing and mopping my kitchen floors right now, but I have too much on my mind. I need to get it out first. Cleaning will wait. Cleaning can always wait. A lot has happened in our world, our country in the last... Continue Reading →

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