I basically took the month of June off on my blog. It wasn’t intentional, but it ended up being that I simply didn’t have time. We had swimming lessons, baseball practices and games, I play softball, parades, celebrations, a birthday party or two, fair preparations to make and life to live. It was wonderful.
But now it’s the day after the Fourth of July, and life is a little more subdued and relaxed. We can start truly enjoying our summer…and I intend to make every minute count.
I promise to blog more often (more for myself than anything), and I promise to continue to reach out and do what I can to share this great way of life that we are living.
It what I can do, without leaving my farm, and using the skills that I have.
It wasn’t until the 457th person told me (during this break of mine) that they enjoy my writing, they love to share what I share and realize how important farming and rural life is to the backbone of America. What more can I ask for?
And it’s something so simple, that I know you can do it, too. All it takes is a minute of time, an ounce of creativity and courage…a fair amount of courage.
Thank you for sticking with me…and as a reward, here’s a few photos of what we’ve been up to:
We watched storm clouds roll through, but never received much for rain.
We watched 70+ tractors roll past our farm on a Tractor Trek to celebrate a local town’s 125th celebration.
Boss Man joined the tractors!
We played some baseball.
We watched some amazing sunsets.
And we danced like no one was watching.
I may have become a little discouraged last month, questioning if I am doing the right thing, or if I have the right intentions. But those doubts are gone, my spirit is renewed and I have new goals in sight. And I can do it all from the comforts of my home.
Yes, summer, I am finally ready for you.