chickens · food · Ramblings

onion straws

I fumbled around in the darkness, feeling for a flashlight.  It’s 4:30 am, the power has gone out and it is twenty degrees outside.  The dogs need to go out to the bathroom.  Peanut can no longer navigate the stairs on her own, so I clumsily balance the flashlight, the dog and me down the stairs and out the door.  Carefully, trudging down the frost-coated porch steps in my fashion forward fuzzy slippers and robe, so as not to face plant me and the dog.

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Ramblings

I didn’t see it coming oh those Angels

When Angels come in and surround you with what you need.  Even if you didn’t know you needed it.

That’s what it felt like this week, hearing from all you wonderful people.

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Ramblings

The Hiatus

Oh my, it’s been awhile, hasn’t it?

The first frost of the season arrived during the night, covering our little farmstead with a white sparkling blanket of chill.

Warm freshly laid eggs are in my pockets keeping my fingers warm as I unlock the coops and head out to open the farm stand.  Each step is crisp and a bit slick with a thick coating of frost.

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chickens · Ramblings

Dandelion Sunrise

Sunrise.

A new day.

New Beginnings.

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.

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flower farming · Gardening · Photography · Ramblings

75 holes a silver spoon and The Guild of Saint Luke.

It was a full weekend with friends and fellow farmers and various other visitors pulling in and out. Continue reading “75 holes a silver spoon and The Guild of Saint Luke.”

chickens · Photography · Ramblings

and it will pass

 

Grey.

Rain and snow fell from the sky most of the day.  It is cold and it feels raw.  Mostly it feels never ending.

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