I don't know if you follow me on social media or not (let me take this opportunity to suggest that you SHOULD and you can find links right on over on the right margin of this blog page) but if you do, you might have noticed that we have been on somewhat of a amazing … Continue reading 8 states
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?
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
Okay, Readers, this blog calls for some audience participation! I am struggling to gain perspective on this one, and I've been struggling for a week- since I last posted. Scout is not dead. THANK YOU so much for the sweet messages, text messages and prayers I got encouraging our family through the hard time that … Continue reading He lives
I know many of you are waiting on bated breath for an update on the rabid dog situation. I have to say, it's always so exciting to me to see how many of you are reading my blog and engaged in the fun and exciting stories on the farm! Thank you for coming along on … Continue reading Over and out
Well, it's been quite an adventure around the farm here. And I mean, when is it not? But seriously, we're really living the dirty life here- the circle of life is just constantly playing out in front of our very eyes. For one, Scout, our dear, sweet, rescued Golden Retriever- who bit Tom 9 days … Continue reading Rabid
They say the only thing constant is change. I think they're right. At least when you're on a farm, that's true in almost every way. Spring is still fighting its way into the story here. The hundreds of tulips Thomas and the kids planted last fall are showing up one by one. Pink, yellow and … Continue reading Change