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what is

Kim of Red Dirt Farm and Studio

I didn’t mean for it to be so long since I posted here, or read yours there.

Life happened and ended in a few sad and heart breaking ways for our Cottage family.

The grief is still fresh and on the surface.

Changes are being made in our daily lives.  Father cottage says that sometimes routines need to be changed and now is the time for those changes.

 So we will learn to adjust what was and make this what is.

Sweet happy good things have happen around here too.


Earning the trust of a Black-capped Chickadee.







Holding something so fragile and precious, what a lovely moment.

See you later, Bye!


16 thoughts on “what is

  1. Lisa says:

    What amazing photographs!

    I am very sorry for your loss. Sending hugs from Texas.


  2. says:

    Been wondering where you were. Hope the grief passes soon. Most excellent pics with the chickadee.


  3. I was so happy to see your post, and then saddened by your news. I am so sorry to hear of your losses and changes. Seeing a Black-capped Chickadee in your palm~ what a huge, gentle spirit you have.


  4. So sorry for your loss. Love the pics of the chickadee and pinned some. Take care.


  5. Fabulous capture


  6. Reblogged this on Lianne's Picks – best of the blogs and commented:
    Beautiful and moving – I’m truly sorry you have suffered losses.


  7. rebecca magee says:

    Well said. Hugs!


  8. Sending thoughts and prayers! Hugs, Katherine


  9. Anonymous says:

    So sorry to hear of your sadness and loss. Thinking of you . The bird is so tame and images so sharp!
    Sarah x


  10. Sarah says:

    Sorry I didn’t fill the details before posting so the last comment came up as anonymous! Sarah x


  11. artsychicksw says:

    I was thinking about you a few days ago, realizing that I hadn’t seen any posts from you in a while. I knew something must be amiss and said a little prayer for you. So sorry you are grieving a loss and dealing with changes at the same time. That’s a lot to handle for a beautful soul, my friend. Do know that you are loved. Fabulous photos of the tenderness of trust between bird and human. So glad you had that gift in the midst of the darkness. Take care. Peace to your heart


  12. Kim, I, too, have missed your online presence lately…So glad to see you here communing with that sweet chickadee! I am so sorry to hear of your recent losses. Sending love and hugs.


  13. So happy to see a post from you! I’m sorry about your loss. Hugs to you. The chickadee is absolutely amazing!!


  14. JC says:

    Yay ! So good to action on your blog! Love the birdie’s cute little feet! Soooo adorable! I think he is a spirit friend coming to say hello. What a touching moment.


  15. Anonymous says:

    I have missed your voice too! The trust of that tiny creature is inspiring and speaks to the depth of your spirit. I dreamed last night that I was visiting Aspen grove farm!


  16. Debra says:

    Dear Kim-I’m sad for you-and want you to know I’m praying for you. I love your new little friend…


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