Scenes from around the farm this week. I’ll admit, this post is full of so many photos, it is a bit ridiculous.
I eat too many potatoes, that is why my rear end is the size of Texas. Yesterday while I was in the grocery store the clouds parted, a stream of brilliant light shone down and angels began to sing. There – right there – in front of me was a bin of colossal football sized potatoes, stocked… Continue reading
These days of spring bring about the season of renewal and growth. Front porch sitting again.
If it is possible for a chicken to squeal with delight, Dottie did just that. Baby Pepper proclaimed “I’ve got sisters!”
I run a small – very small honor system farm stand at the edge of our farm. I sell fresh eggs from our chickens and cottage style flowers I grow in our gardens. Sometimes I sell my handmade items too. This year I hope to expand the offerings.
Haphazard and Unruly. These summer days have turned hot and dry in Virginia. I’m wishing for rain; it’s too darn hot to go out and water my potted flowers. I love these red sunflowers, but the germination rate has been poor. Not long ago I was contacted by The American Horticulture Society – they had… Continue reading summer at the cottage
Time has flown by since we last visited. This is my most red,white and blue photo I could come up with today – for those of you that join me in celebrating Independence Day. We (that’s the royal we) have taken on the role of general contractor on our farmhouse renovation. It is at best… Continue reading Cottage Farmhouse July update