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Your Happy Place

A handy little guide to being (and staying) happy. So many good tips in here - we read it twice...and then bookmarked! A Happiness Guide (NYT). ...

Our garden has given us big, beautiful tomatoes this summer. And we are thankful. 🙂 We're now sharing lots of them with friends and looking up ways to cook/store/freeze these...

Busy-ness…

A Philosophy of Nothingness. We get it. Everybody's busy. And making that claim sometimes just helps us feel justified that we're contributing and doing important things. But today, Olga Mecking,...

Healing Places

This spring we've had two friends visit from big cities...each very much in need of a respite from the pressures of their careers. Upon arrival, what they seemed to crave...

A love note to Alabama

"I wish I could tell you how much I love Alabama, but I think I already have. I’ve been writing about this state for a long time. I wrote a...

Hay Hay Hay

One of our most favorite times of year - the Fall hay cutting! With a crew of 10, in a 10-hour day, the team baled a farm record of 770...

Earthing

Do you like to go barefoot in summertime? Turns out, it might be better for us than we think! Many believe that connecting with the Earth's natural energy simply by...

‘shroom! ‘shroom!

These afternoon thunderstorms have been good for our pastures, but they've also been great for the woods! And after a few rainy days...if you get lucky...you may just find the...

At Heart, A Rural Poet

Writer Donald Hall, who served as Poet Laureate of the U.S. in 2006, passed away last Saturday at the age of 89. The Poetry Foundation says his poetry "explores the...

A Pot O’ Honey

“Everything takes time. Bees have to move very fast to stay still.” ― David Foster Wallace We're celebrating the two-year anniversary of our honeybees in the most fabulous way --...

Eggs, Glorious Eggs

The warmer days have gotten our chickens excited and moving into high production mode. Even senior hen Maizie has started laying her popular, pale blue eggs again. Nothing makes us...

Mud Season

Every February and March, a feeling washes over us as the winter rains hit their peak, the creeks flood their banks and the animals stand in muck for days, sometimes...

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