I was chatting with my good buddy, Kristi, the other day and she commented about how they would like to have a farm someday. So I started in with, “But if you get a farm, then you are going to want animals for it, and then you’ll need a trailer, and then you’ll need a tractor…” And that was how the idea for today’s blog was started. So my apologies to Laura Joffe Numeroff, author of If...
As I was catching up on some bloggy reading the other day, I was absolutely touched and amazed by this entry on Smockity Frocks: And Then There Was the Time We Surprised Our Neighbor With an Alpaca for Her 80th Birthday.
I just love how her daughter knew exactly what her neighbor would want, and was persistent about finding not just one, but TWO alpacas, with the money she had been saving. Alpacas can cost many...
Posted by Nancy
on Jun 16th, 2011 in Farm Life
, Funny Farm
| 2 comments
Remember the other day that I mentioned how much I’ve been enjoying my flowers?
Apparently I’m not the only one.
Meet Baby Cluck. She’s our resident backyard chicken diva.
One of my buddies raised her in her backyard and her oldest son totally babied this chicken. She loves to follow you around the yard, be carried, and tucked into her own personal kennel each night. We’re actually hoping...
Old barns have a lot of character. I found this picture on my husband’s iPhone and loved seeing the other character peeking around the corner.
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One day I got a Facebook message (isn’t that how many stories start these days?!) from a friend who had moved away, letting me know that they would be moving back to our area. It was great to hear from her and after corresponding for a while, she asked if we knew anyone who would consider boarding their horses for them while they were in transition.
I tried to remain calm while yelling, “Me! Me!...