The chickens and I are joining Sarah from Down By The Sea for Through the Garden Gate, February. Through the Garden Gate is a monthly link up for gardeners to share what is happening in their garden each month.
A new day.
My favorite time of the day.
The shadows are long and dew drops glisten in the grass.
Blowing on Dandelions and making wishes, all things seem possible at this hour.
It was a full weekend with friends and fellow farmers and various other visitors pulling in and out. Continue reading
I eat too many potatoes, that is why my rear end is the size of Texas. Yesterday while I was in the grocery store the clouds parted, a stream of brilliant light shone down and angels began to sing. There – right there – in front of me was a bin of colossal football sized potatoes, stocked full with a large sign advertising the enormity of such potato bliss. Oh my goodness, I had gone to potato heaven. I stood there just staring, apparently losing all sense of time and place as I finally snapped to it when I heard a woman say in a frustrated voice “EXCUSE ME – You’re blocking the potatoes.”
Seriously, I wanted to fill my cart with said colossal football potatoes and make a u-turn straight to the butter isle.
I did not, however. Continue reading
As I walk around my property, every tree stump, dark shadow on the edge of the woods, is a disguised bear waiting to jump out and grab me and drag me away to their hidden den.
I’ll never be seen again.
Why is there a peacock in my living room?
We have so many projects going at once. We start one, then something comes up and we stop what we are working on and move on to something else. Please tell me we aren’t the only ones with too many irons in the fire?
These days of spring bring about the season of renewal and growth.
Front porch sitting again.
I run a small – very small honor system farm stand at the edge of our farm. I sell fresh eggs from our chickens and cottage style flowers I grow in our gardens. Sometimes I sell my handmade items too. This year I hope to expand the offerings.