Okay, this is going to be a glimpse of glamour, farm glamour, but first I have to comment on your comments over on my Glamping Giveaway. When the comments started rolling in late Friday and early Saturday morning (more than we’d ever seen before) and then the stats on Amazon pushed my book almost into the top 100 books (165 to be exact/an author starts out at something like 250,000), I wanted to …
So, you have the urge to garden but you have no plot of land to plant? No problem!
Grab your keys, fire up that old pickup truck, and get your own truck farm going.
Does King Corn ring a bell?
“It’s only when we truly know and understand that we have a limited time on earth – and that we have no way of knowing when our time is up, we will then begin to live each day to the fullest, as if it was the only one we had.” -Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
My grandgirls’ sparkly pink Toms shoes they’ve been wearing this summer are THE fashion statement.
And so, like granddaughter, like grandmother …
Our 4th of July Farm Fairs are a magical experience, for my family and guests alike. They are an enormous amount of work, but the reward is a wonderful community experience—time to connect with new and old friends, take home plenty of fresh produce, and shop for a plethora of handmade treasures.
Our first Farm Fair took place in 2004, followed by two more in 2005 and 2006. We took a brief hiatus, then held another Farm Fair in 2009.
I chose one of my favorite holidays to celebrate rural life and Independence Day. Naturally, I thought a jaunt down memory lane was appropriate. So grab your red, white, and blue apron and let’s roll …
This year, More magazine featured Mom in a year-long campaign detailing companies started by 10 women who were intent on creating jobs for other women. (YES, I can hear you say, you go girl!)
Her Project F.A.R.M. (First-class American Rural Made) helps rural communities and …