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A Catch up of Farm Life

Sunday, June 24, 2018




  1. New Year's Resolutions
    03 Jan, 2019
    New Year's Resolutions
    Who all makes New Year's resolutions?   I do, every year.  And fail every year.  This year, I'm keeping it simple.  Do better at keeping my social media up and write more letters to my son.   He is currently stationed  in Vicenza, Italy.  My resolution for my son comes first.  I'm a horrible Army Mom. I don't write very often and not good at sending lots of care packages.  I get busy and all of a sudden a couple months have gone by.    Social Media, that might be a tough one.  I need to remember
  2. Hi Ho,Hi Ho, Still off to the field we go
    12 Oct, 2018
    Hi Ho,Hi Ho, Still off to the field we go
    This beautiful weather we have been having is deceiving.  I'm finding it hard to believe that we are almost half way through October and I need to be thinking about Christmas trees.  But here I am still making the daily.....well almost daily now....trek down the hill to the Thomas Creek Produce stand.  Now that the weather is not so hot and most of the produce is done the biggest job, watering has been eliminated from my daily routine.  This summer the daily filling and hauling 3-4,00 gallons of
  3. Still Waiting for Spring
    05 Mar, 2017
    Still Waiting for Spring
    Watching the flakes softly falling from the sky.........really?????? I am about done with this.  The good thing about facebook, or not,  is that I can go back and see what I was doing a year ago or several years ago at this exact day.  For many of them I was planting, tilling or busy outside working on things that need to get done.  This year? I am yet again watching the snow fall.  I guess cabin fever is hitting a bit hard right now.  To be honest though, there are some years with pictures of
  4. Girls looking for love
    21 Feb, 2017
    Waiting For Spring
    My Calendar says now is the time to be planting peppers and all of the broccoli, cauliflower, and greens for an earlier harvest in May.  But as I looked out the window this morning with my final cup of coffee in my hand I noticed the rain getting a little bit thicker.  About halfway through the coffee the rain became chunky and then was followed by flakes.  Uhhg So after adding a layer of clothes I wandered out to the hoop house to see just how cold it really was.  It was cold, almost freezing