It’s been a busy time here on the farm. The holidays have come and gone, and I have promised myself that I will try to keep this blog more current. I got a new camera for Christmas so maybe I can take more Pictures and do a better job with blogging anyway. So, yes my … Continue reading An update from the farm
Oh blog, being a busy working mom and a farmer’s wife has kept me far to busy to post lately. It’s not that I haven’t had neat things happen, I have just been to busy and then to tired to write about them. So here are some pictures at least from this spring and summer. … Continue reading Pictures from the farm
Here is my Brie talking about her Baby. I’ll let her tell you the rest. Continue reading Springtime with Baby
Well, days off aren’t really much off a day off for a farm mom of three. Today Cord is in second grade trying not to clip down for talking. Ella is off somewhere… (I know she told me – twice I think, and I even signed a permission slip. But I was talking, yes, talking, … Continue reading Farm Safety Day in Clay County
its been a long while since I had a few minutes to write. Life as a working Mom, farmers wife, and Doc has been keeping me busy. Not as much time to write as a fellow blogger and I discussed at a recent national agriculture meeting. Life has a way of keeping one occupied. But, … Continue reading Chickens!!!
Yesterday was a busy day here on our farm. Brian, Ella, Brie, and I went to the first big beef show in our state – Agribition. This was sponsored by Tennessee Cattleman’s association and was a show for all the different breeds of cattle. We raise registered Angus, but there are Semital (I am thinking … Continue reading A day at a Beef show – from the Mom’s point of view
It’s been a full start to the year. Two bad snow and ice storms left Tennessee hard hit. We were blessed with just damage to trees, no animals or buildings. It’s thawing mowing and puppies and animals alike are enjoying the change. Today my youngest turned seven and spent the spring day playing outside … Continue reading Spring pictures from the farm