Firstly, thank you so much for your incredible outpouring of support yesterday. It means so much to me to hear such care from so many of you.
A familiar and unsettling restlessness is creating a sinking feeling in me. I don’t even know where to take this sentence. So I will just leave it there.
When I am doing chores Jude comes out of his house and follows us about the farm. He is the sweetest little pig and is my constant companion.
Morning. Dark. Wintry Mix. I hate the wintry mix because it often results in Ice. And I hate ICE.
This morning as I write there are no mooing calves. I am not sure whether to be relieved or grateful or worried that they have all run off.
Real cold is coming. Well, cold for this time of year anyway. In a month it will not be considered cold at all. Tonight we go down to 27F that is -2C. A killing frost.
Back on the farm and everyone is safe and sound.
LET’S look at that picture again. I knew these birds would be photogenic but they are beautiful.
The chickens are supplying us with at least three dozen eggs a day sometimes more. One dozen a day goes to the pigs and the others are sold. Last week I sold fifteen dozen eggs. The pigs had a few less though. This week Jake…
Yesterday the fog hung thick. Blanketing the earth for the whole day. Usually, a fog will lift in the late morning but yesterday we shoved through the sodden visible air for the whole day.
Today we have abundant sunshine all day long. And the cows and I will be out in it all day long too. It got a little windy yesterday. I hope you have a lovely day. Love celi WEATHER: Perfection. Saturday 11/25 0% / 0…
Poppys Six went out to their new home in the field yesterday with a great big welcoming wallw that they very quickly turned into delicious mud. Then seeing the pure white canvas of their new house they dragged their bodies all around it making…