This article was printed in the Charlotte Observer. Not sure what issue, but it’s there, some where. It’s most exciting. It came at a very auspicious time. Both Wally and I have been a bit ragged about the farm. I spent much
Wally goes back to work today. He was off all last week. It was nice, but now it’s back to the real world. My routine got disrupted, but in a good way. It was nice to have help getting the chores done.
I am considering going back to school via the Work Force Investment Act. Up until yesterday, I was very excited about doing so, but now, I’m scared. I sat at Catawba Valley Community College for about an hour and a half waiting
Dealing with the animals last week (and over the weekend) was trying, at best. Things are changing around here. There is a girl building a barn down below our farm. Essentially, that is not a bad thing because she’s improving our driveway
Last night was my bachelorette night, Wally went to the livestock sale for his red neck fix. As I was milking, I heard the cows bellowing down below. Darned, I thought to myself, I don’t feel like going down there in the
Finally, I feel like I’ve made some accomplishments with the pastured rabbit program. It is not perfect yet, but it’s well on the way and I have a firm vision of what it will be next year. I put a Silver Fox