Since marring Brian, I have learned a lot of things about life, about agriculture, and about myself. For instance, I have learned that I am way stronger in many ways than I ever thought I could be and way less of a feminist than I thought I was. I can hunt my own food (turkey … Continue reading Chicken, not so little
I have just come off seven days of busy work in my job as a ED doc in the last eight and now I cannot sleep. Today, I was busy trying to catch up Mommy and farm chores – and no Mom I did not make it to the grocery store yet, but Brie, Brian … Continue reading Tired, but no sleep,yet…
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
For the last eight or so years, I have been learning about agriculture. I started out on a fall tour here inTennessee because my husband told me there would be food. Since then I have been bless to represent Tennessee as a final four winner for Discussion meet, the outstanding Young Woman, Brian and I … Continue reading A story to tell
Today was a busy day at my house. I worked till two this morning and slept in a bit. When I got up, my husband had taken my Mom for her doctors appointments and to Sam’s. So, I spent the morning straining the house, helping our two oldest with their home school assignments, and the … Continue reading Taking time
I know that their are many things to do in this time of Holidays. And every year I seem to get less and less done. But this year I am beyond proud to share some pictures of the live nativity that our County 4-H kids did. They spent three long hours out in the cold … Continue reading In the spirit of Christmas