Greetings from the farm, where a combination of spring tasks (pasture management, fruit tree spraying, spring planting, dosing sheep with concentrated garlic juice, things like that) and lots of writing (new projects underway…very exciting) have combined to prevent new blog posts. I’m back on the job now, though. Promise.

Here’s how things look around here, after all that farm work.

front of house

Strawberries copy

Ben’s summer job. Those of us who live on farms find it useful to have many strong sons who are desperate for gas money.
BEn's summer job copy

The Old Barn, freshly painted for spring.

old barn copy

Goats marching to breakfast.

Goats marching copy

The ewes, in temporary summer fencing, and Mr. Collins, wondering why he doesn’t get to hang out with them.

ewes copy

Mr. C copy

My summer fashion footwear.

fashion footwear copy 2

Mars, the German shepherd. He thinks he’s being helpful. If only he had opposable thumbs.

Mars copy

The donkey believes that someday she will grow up and be a real horse.

donkey copy

Yep. Grass. Over there. Much greener.

waiting for breakfast copy

See? I have been working. Promise. Updates on the writing front coming soon.

Showing 5 comments
  • Melody Peterman

    Does the grass on your farm grow at different rates, like on ours? The pasture vs the lawn, I mean. Why are we always begging one to grow while we mow the other?

  • Donna Boucher

    I love the captions. Clever girl :o)

  • Michelle

    Writing updates would be great, but riding updates would be even better.
    Your farm looks beautiful. It looks like all your hard work is definitely paying off.

  • Cynthia

    Your pictures of your farm are beautiful!

  • MomsintheGarden

    Looks beautiful! I love how farms look in the spring when everything is fresh and green, especially before the 100+ degree weather sets in. Enjoy!

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