Red Dirt Farm

Small Farm Living Photos and Stories

Wordless Wednesday.

A beautiful foggy morning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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We lost two extended family members last week to COVID-19, Charlottesville, locals.

  Please folks, be safe at home.

Having said that, I know not everyone has the privilege of feeling safe in their home, it is heartbreaking.

 We are with you.

 

Until next time,

xo, Kim

13 thoughts on “Red Dirt Farm Fog

  1. Rebecca Magee says:

    Your photographs are so beautiful and each tell their own story. Thank you for sharing. It brings light into these strange and scary days. Stay safe!❤️

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    1. I’m so glad that the photos brought a moment of peace and calm. You be safe too. Far away hugs from me to you and your family. xo kim

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  2. ruthsoaper says:

    I’m sorry to hear of the loss of your family members Kim. Your photos are beautiful indeed. I am so happy that spring is here and it feels good to be outside. I think it makes what we are going through a lot easier. Take care and breathe deep.

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    1. Hi Ruth – I so agree, being able to be outside and enjoy nature is so healing. That time outside is so restorative to the body and soul. Thank you for your kindness. xo kim

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  3. Pam says:

    Sorry for your loss. We are staying busy staying home. Taking advantage of the early spring weather in Michigan getting a lot of outside work done. Your pictures are absolutely beautiful! I love how quiet it can be when it’s foggy. It’s like a different world.❤❤

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    1. Hello Pam, early spring here too and we are getting so much done that has needed to be done for awhile. Having the time to do it together is such a blessing. Thank you for your kind words and for enjoying my photos. xo kim

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  4. Debra says:

    Kim~I love fog too-it’s one of my favorites. I love all the creative touches you put into your gardens. Please stay well. Love you.

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    1. Sweet Debra – a kindred spirit. The magic and beauty of fog weaves a magic spirit through and around our lives. Love to you. xo kim

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  5. Linda Schaub says:

    Dear Kim – Your fog photos are exquisite, even haunting. I am sadly behind here and looked at the photos yesterday, wanted to return to comment and finally am now. I wanted to ask you about Boo Dog an if it is painful to write about I understand as it has been a year of sadness for you. I know you must think by now there is no end. Take care and stay safe.

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    1. Thank you Linda, for taking time to write – I know you have a full schedule. Boo dog had a bad set back this week. Remaining hopeful though on all accounts. Fog is so ethereal isn’t it? Hope you are safe and well. xo kim

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      1. Linda Schaub says:

        Good morning and Happy Easter Kim – a very subdued Easter this year. I am sorry to hear about Boo dog – that is why I no longer have pets, the pain and suffering with them as they age is too great to bear, and for me with no family members of my own, their loss is too great for me, so I adopted the squirrels instead. I hope Boo dog rallies back and will remain a cherished member of your family for a long time.

        The fog is ethereal – your pictures along with the words match up … I want to shout out to people: pay attention and stay apart and maybe we all will kick this pandemic to the curb sooner rather than later. You already had losses as a result of this horrid health crisis. Here in Michigan it is very bad – we were one of the hot spots for a while and I believe 3rd highest for stats – nothing to be proud of. We still have high stats and I’ll continue to walk, but am so wary. I don’t think things will ever be normal again. People are railing against the Governor for severe restrictions – we cannot cross the street to visit a neighbor, or go to a relative’s house, even for Easter. Most people are mad. But we are talking about lives here … we are slow at work, I may get laid off. While I am not happy about it, I understand and I worry right now more about getting sick. I will soon turn 64 and I will not go out to work in a regular workplace again – I’ve worked from home for almost 10 years, after getting laid off and put on part-time (6 hours/day) after that from the last recession.

        I have gotten very far behind in Reader and will use today to catch up … I spent about 4 hours altogether on a post yesterday and once again it has not landed in Reader. This has been frustrating – the 4th or 5th time since December. The subscribers got it – Readers did not. If you get my posts via Reader, here it is. WordPress says it is there – it is not – at least it should put a smile on your face – take care of yourself Kim:
        https://lindaschaubblog.net/2020/04/11/the-great-easter-cookie-caper/

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  6. D. A. Squires says:

    These beautiful photos evoke the times we are living in perfectly, the fog most of all… and I am so sorry to hear about your losses, Kim. Such a hard time for everyone. Red Dirt Farm is a special place, because of you and your husband. Stay well and safe… xo Debbie

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    1. Debbie – as always, you have all the right words. Fog seems to turn everything into sculpture. I hope you and your family are well. please be safe. xo kim

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