As I type, my husband is on the phone with a peacock guy... When do you know you have an animal hoarding problem? So we have officially added TWO mule foot hogs to the party here at Shalom farm. Wilbur and Charlotte are their names, of course. They are actually super cute and very friendly. … Continue reading Skunked
We took off from Minden Nevada, on our way to Summertown Tennessee, by way of a three week road trip, at the end of April! It was a blast. We saw and did A LOT and we want to invite you along for the ride, as we always do. The first leg of our journey … Continue reading Hit the road!
THE VLOG IS BACK!! We do our vlogging on a desk top and we haven't had a desk or internet to set up said computer and get these bad boys out! But rest assured, we have footage for days from our most recent cross country adventures and we can't wait to get them all up … Continue reading GTC!
Wow has there been a lot going on down on the farm! I've been missing you Readers, but I just haven't had a hot second to sit down and catch you all up on the goings on here at Shalom Farm! So come on along with me, and I'll give ya the run down! First … Continue reading Home Sweet Home
I’m sitting here on my front porch… The air is heavy and wet. It’s been raining today, but it’s not raining right now. The sky is still bright, but it’s fading. The clouds look like purple cotton candy stretched out across a pale blue blanket. They float. There is a mist down here in the … Continue reading Life is short
It took me 7 days to fall in love with my husband. May 30th was our 9 year wedding anniversary, so I thought I'd step away from the farm for a second and go back with you, Readers, to where this whole journey to the farm really began. Because there would be no 'this' without … Continue reading 7 days
The last few days have been hard days. I finally cried. But just for about a minute. I hit a small breaking point, and I'm sure it won't be the last, but it's not a comfortable thing- to break. Sometimes, just when you least expect it, life overwhelms. It all started when I decided to … Continue reading The Thunder Rolls