A state of emergency was declared by the governor of Virginia yesterday. It has been my policy to keep politics and religion off my blog. I choose to make my posts pleasant, and positive. While there are times that I share personal difficulties and unpleasant life events here it is because I don’t want to… Continue reading our broken community
So, I was going to write a post this week about Lucky ducky. Many of you have joined along on my journey to care for this little creature; I wanted to share what was next for him. But, I can’t now. I try but it catches in my throat.
Our Lucky is growing. He is now practicing flying in the house. Soon we will have to make a difficult decision about his future. What a wonderful thing it has been including him in our furry and feathered family.
Seems like everyone is posting blogs about their summer vacation. Sunny photos with their toes in the sand. I’m thinking, that could be me, only it isn’t. But, if I were on vacation, this is what it would look like.
Scenes from around the farm this week. I’ll admit, this post is full of so many photos, it is a bit ridiculous.
How did you celebrate Independence Day? We had a nice day with family and good food. Father Cottage surprised us making his first ever blueberry pie. He still impresses me with his gusto for life and willingness to try new experiences. Did I tell y’all that he traveled to Norway last month? That’s the way to rock… Continue reading Family, Farm and Food
Food and dirty dishes. Cooking, eating, growing my own herbs these passions collide into a beautiful thing. When there is a dishwasher in the house. We have been without a dishwasher for almost a year. It was broken beyond repair, and the funds weren’t there to replace it and or there were other financial… Continue reading Food for thought and a dishwasher too