We needed rest, we needed rejuvenation, a moment to breathe. After last weeks push, which had been greatly successful, we were beginning to feel depleted. This feeling seems to frequently come in August. Our bodies and spirit are telling us to take a moment. My farmer and I have a long connection to the sea.
Are we tired of hay yet? Almost. I know it seems like it’s all we do around here and I swear it’s not true. It’s just that the early part of summer was QUITE wet and you know what they say,” make hay while the sun shines” and so that’s what we are doing these
We have had a pretty full plate these last few days, haying Mon, Tues, Wed, birthday party Thurs. Back to back Farmers Markets Fri and Sat. Saturday night we went to my in-laws for a family party campout in the hay field, got home Sunday…. you get the point. The thing is, as I’ve mentioned
My little 6 year old chickadee, she is a wonder. I often don’t see her for hours as she is out helping with the chores, or harvesting or transplanting. I’m pretty sure she knows more about our operation than I do. If I don’t know where the new lettuce planting is, or if I’m looking
I love our town. I love our park in the middle of town. On Friday nights while I am selling my wonderful,delicious, local products in this sweet little park, the kids often splash and play in the fountain or put together a pickup game of soccer. It’s great. It was a gorgeous morning in the
Playing in the icy fields with her cat and a brush as a broom? Sure, why not!