As I sat there, at my daughters horse back riding lesson at 8am on a Monday, I was pleasantly aware of how beautiful life can be. It was about 70 degrees, german shepherd puppies were playing at my feet as I typed, and the view wasn't half bad either. I used to hate Mondays. I … Continue reading Country living
Today was upper body day at the gym of my front porch. The last week has been upper body day if I'm being honest, because I officially have an injury. You heard it here first people, I'm an athlete who has an injury! I've been called a lot of things in my day, but athlete … Continue reading Who let the cows out?
We've been busy down here on the farm recently. Busy with all kinds of different thing, but busy in the best ways. I actually hate the word 'busy' because people use it as a life avoidance technique, as an excuse, and as a badge of honor, and I use it in none of these ways. … Continue reading The latest
Yesterday was a hard day for our family. After several blogs, 2 and a half weeks, and dozens of comments with advice and feedback, we made the difficult decision to put our Golden Retriever, Scout, to sleep. If this is the first you're hearing about Scout, our adventure began when we picked him up the … Continue reading The final chapter
It's March on the farm! Can you believe it? Time- it's amazing how fast it goes. Although it hasn't quite been a year since we moved from Nevada to Tennessee, it HAS been one year since we closed escrow on the farm! Thank God for Facebook, or I might not have even remembered. But alas, … Continue reading March on
The end of January was spent in the most amazing way here at Shalom Farm... After 17 days away from my immediate family, I had the great pleasure of flying home to Tennessee with my mom, Papa Scott, my sister, Uncle Chris, and my nephew- Baby Dylan. All my most favorite family people were united … Continue reading Shalom Family
Well, I'm not off to an amazing start on blogging this year, I'll be honest, but I'm hoping to make up for my CRAZY January by blogging extra in February. You're welcome. January marks the beginning part of winter, and I have to say, I'm already over it. I LOVE winter. Winter is my jam! … Continue reading Winter