Category Archives: HOBBY FARMING

Our country Halloween

Living in the country means we need to travel to another neighborhood if we want to trick-or-treat.  We justView full post »

Our newest adoption story

Mama Daffodil did, indeed, accept all of the new baby chicks.  All 15 of them.  Fifteen.  After sitting on wooden eggsView full post »

Baby chick love

Our sweet Red Star baby chicks arrived!  All 15 of them.  They are every bit as cute as the pictures suggest.  TheyView full post »

Mama Daffodil

My sweet Daffy girl has gone broody two times now since the beginning of the summer.  I think she desperately wants toView full post »

Blown away

“For from the rising of the sun to its setting my name will be great among the nations.” Malachi 1:11 I wasView full post »

Mid-summer blooms

I adore Black-Eyed Susans and have been so thrilled to see them return this year.  I watched the leaves shoot up fromView full post »

Our hidden paradise

When we first moved to the country, it was the backyard woods and creek that spoke to us the most.  It was a hiddenView full post »

My preteen

This girl.  She’s the one who first made my dream of being a mama come true.  She came into the world with ease,View full post »

We’re seeing blue!

I was ecstatic to see blue blueberries on one of my bushes last week!  After planting them last year, I wasn’tView full post »

His handiwork

I had so much fun walking around with my macro lens this evening.  My perennials are blooming and I absolutely loveView full post »

The garden dirt bath

You know how chickens clean themselves?  With dirt.  I didn’t know that until I started doing chicken-keepingView full post »

Miss Glory Honey Buns

It’s been busy, busy, busy over the last month and a half!  Lots of garden and flower bed prep, planting,View full post »

Front Porch Sittin’

We had the family over for a Mother’s Day celebration and it was such a nice evening.  Lots of chatting andView full post »

Everything comes alive

I planted six blueberry bushes and several strawberry plants last spring, when I wasn’t really sure what I wantedView full post »

Life on the “farm”

I feel a little funny writing that we live on a farm.  But in addition to maintaining a veggie and fruit patch,View full post »