Country living

In the country, county fairs, emergency services, and Sunday church aren’t just events or ideals. They’re the basis of who we are, and what we value.

Friday night football, Saturday night tractor pulls and Sunday morning church. Parades, the Fireman’s Carnival and Rescue Squad Chicken dinners. Hiking and four-wheeling. We play as hard as we work!

2019 Virginia Women in Agriculture Gathering – Wrap-up

I've been to quite a few Women in Ag type functions over the years, and to me, it seems like the attendees at this group were different. I'm not sure if was the location, the organizers, the time of year, or if the whole "you can farm" thing has run it's course. Or...

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What’s the Difference Between a Farmer and a Homesteader?

Ninety percent of farming isn't really what we may think of as farming. In conversations with people, it's clear to me that what most people think of as "farming", I think of as "production". Production For most of us who farm, the production piece is what draws us to...

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Lessons Learned from NaNoWriMo

November is National Novel Writing Month, affectionately referred to as NaNoWriMo, (https://nanowrimo.org/) and, though I'm not writing a novel, I'm game for a writing challenge. Writers tailor the writing challenge to meet their needs, and mine was always one blog...

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When your home and your business are one in the same, your vision becomes longer and wider.

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