Red Dirt Farm and Studio

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13 thoughts on “Hello from home on the farm, autumn.

  1. pennross says:

    So many beautiful pictures!!

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    1. Hi Penny, thanks for dropping in and taking time to leave a bit of kindness. Xo kim

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  2. Ginny says:

    Hello Kim….You have been missed and so happy to find your blog today. You may not be aware of the joy and sunshine you bring to others when you write, but it’s true. Your pictures are wonderful and flowers spectacular. I find a peacefulness in your writing and that is so needed in these times. We are all searching to find our way and if we can’t enjoy physical comaradie we can be connected by sharing thoughts. And it feeds the soul. Your little farm is so full of good things, and you make it happen. Please share your thoughts often! Stay safe and well! Best wishes, Ginny

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    1. Oh Ginny, I am so happy to hear from you, I think of you often. My heart is happy for your generous words. Spread a little sunshine everyday, that song comes to mind, after reading your words. Thank you. Be safe and well. Xo kim


  3. Linda Schaub says:

    It’s good to see you in my Reader Kim – and I am glad to see you say the Summer was with sameness … you certainly don’t need any more issues as you have had the past few years. I hope you have recovered from your medical woes and I am happy to see Boo dog is here in this post as well. I hope he is doing better too. I don’t know where to start but I love all the items you have been creatin’ whether they are paintings, fun vases of flowers or that luscious-looking cake. The hens and chicks … so sweet, I wanted to reach into the screen and pet them. Take care of yourself Kim – I hope you have a little R&R as the garden time winds down and you spend more time indoors again.

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    1. Hi Linda – I have missed your words, photos and kindness. Yes, I hope to have more time catching up as the weather cools down. I am surprised that Boo dog is still with us, each day is a gift. Thank you for sharing your kindness with me. Hope you and Parker had been getting by as well as can be expected. Big love to you both. xo kim

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      1. Linda Schaub says:

        Hi Kim – I notice now (not before) that you have changed the blog site title – well you sure can do that with all the paintings and creativity I saw, both finished and unfinished. It was a hot Summer here, likely there too – Fall is welcome even if it means Winter comes on its heels. Boo dog was not ready to leave his loving family thankfully. Parker is cozying up to me more and more – he says “you have peanuts, Winter is coming – please share now!” Take care of yourself Kim. XOXO

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  4. soila says:

    Nice pictures, positive feelings. Especially sudden chick butt brought a smile ๐Ÿ˜† Overall quite nice serene place you have, haven for social distancing๐Ÿ˜Š

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    1. Aw thanks so much, for your lovely thoughts. A surprise chicken butt is always good for a laugh! You have lovely work. xo kim

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  5. D.A. Squires says:

    It made my day, week, month(s) that you have posted again, Kim… I have MISSED your voice, photos, everything that is Red Dirt Farm. Such beautiful photos.. the COLORS make me swoon : ) Loved seeing the girls and Boo and your creations and the entire photo gallery. For the first time, we tried helping the monarchs with milkweed in our yard and then moved plants and caterpillars into an enclosure… at one point we had fourteen chrysalis’s and all fourteen emerged as monarchs in one morning…it was utterly magical.

    These are such difficult times, it’s hard to even comprehend the breadth of the impact and equally hard knowing it is far from being over. All that you do for the farm residents is amazing… they are so lucky to have an angel watching over them. Hope you will post again soon, Kim…xoxo Debbie

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    1. Hi Debbie – it always makes me so happy when you take time to read and leave your comments – always full of kindness and encouragement. Thank you. Oh, how it must have been magical to have those monarchs emerge for you. I have often said I wanted to do that. This year we have been very rewarded with so many more than normal. I hope it is because of my efforts to increase the native milkweed. I have a near by neighbor who is doing the same thing and we have been swapping seeds and plants and stories and taking pictures as they develop. It has been a rewarding thing during this difficult time, I’m sure you must have felt the same way. Nature uplifts the soul in so many ways. Thank goodness for that. Hugs from afar. xo kim


  6. Geri Lawhon says:

    So many gorgeous and interesting photos. Thanks so much for sharing them with us.


  7. thesojourningwolf says:

    The buzzard seems happy lol! Nice artwork!


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