What We’ve Been Up To

Life, Personal

  1. Karen says:

    Sounds wonderful. Seems like you have it all under control. Enjoy

  2. melinda says:

    Wow,you are quite the busy woman! You need an assistant:)

  3. Jeanne says:

    You really do have a LOT going on!! Be sure to share the baby shower photos- I look forward to seeing how you decorate for that-

  4. pamela lepage says:

    Your days are full, and it sounds like you really love your work. It sounds much better than sitting an office and looking at a computer screen for 8-12hrs. a day.
    Be Blessed

  5. KitsyKeelSmith says:

    You are one busy family. Love your house and can’t wait to see your garden in bloom and producing flowers and vegies for you.

  6. Gwen says:

    You do stay so very busy!! And I hope you are staying well. I was thinking of a temporary quick fix to keep the end jars from falling off the basement shelves. Staple on chicken wire. Or if you want it fancier don’t they sell panels of corrugated metal too? I thought the chicken wire would allow you to keep an eye on your inventory plus look kind of farm like. Until you have time to do what you were going to do. All I can see is a little push and a row play dominoes falling over toward the hard floor. Happy spring harvest!!!

  7. Mel says:

    I am so relieved that I am not alone in the “office is a disaster area” camp. It always seems to be the last room to receive attention. Can’t wait to see how your garden boxes come together.

  8. Darlene says:

    I’m new to your blog and really enjoyed the back story in this blog. It was great to see pictures of the farm and your home. I have enjoyed reading about your makeover/redo/updated posts and am always happy to see a new post in my mailbox.

  9. Robbin says:

    I’d really like to hear more about the farming operation. What do you plant in addition to onions? I live on a farm in Missour, but we don’t raise crops. We raise turkeys for Cargill and my husband has a commercial cow/calf operation. I love the pictures of your home!! Blessings from Missouri!

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