The Best Time for Girlfriend Time!

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Hello Farmgirl friends!

Is this a good time to meet up with your closest life-long girlfriends?  That’s a question that was heavy on my heart for two months this spring.  Let me explain why.

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Finding Joy!

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Hello Farmgirl Friends!

It’s hard to fathom that we have all just spent the last 8 – 10 weeks in “stay at home” mode isn’t it?  I think about the people I know that live in large cities in a condo or an apartment and literally have had no time outside.  I’ve never been so thankful for living in the country on our own farm where we could get all the outdoor time we needed and never leave our property.

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Keeping In Touch!

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Hello Farmgirl friends!

When we were first issued the “stay at home” order back in March, I thought to myself that this would be a really good time to focus on staying in touch with friends and family in the old fashioned way.

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Things We Can Learn From A Dog

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Hello Friends!

Amongst all the unsettled feelings and emotions going on in the world today, we are faithfully practicing some “self isolation” here on our farm.  Which is not a hardship for me, as staying home is my favorite thing to do!  But I’ve been watching our sweet dog, Belle, and thinking what a great thing it must be to just trust in your master enough that you have no worries or fears of the day!  Obviously, we humans can’t quite be like that (don’t you wish we could?) but it did get me thinking that there are things I could learn from my dog!

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Feeding Creativity {And a Giveaway!}

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A little creative quilt holding going on here!.

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Happy February to my Farmgirl Friends!

I’ve been thinking a lot about creativity.  What fuels it, what keeps it burning, what helps me to keep creating.  I decided to share a few things with you that I find really helpful!  I realize that we are all different and are inspired and motivated by different things but I’m excited to share what helps me!

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Hugs Come In Many Forms

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Hello Farmgirl friends!

Grab some kleenex and get in a comfy seat.  Yes… this post is one of those.

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Last March my dear friend Kathleen lost her husband Jerry suddenly and tragically to a brain tumor that had only just been diagnosed.  Hardly time to even grasp the diagnosis and he was gone.  You just can’t put into words the magnitude of grief that we all felt.  He was young, active, incredibly fit, and full of life.  And then he was gone.

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A Needle Pulling Thread!

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I hardly remember a time in my life that I didn’t enjoy having a needle and thread in my hand.  And in the slower winter months I always find it so soothing to sit and hand sew.

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Woodland Garland Tutorial

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Hello Friends!  My daughter and I had a friend and her little son visit us last week.  My daughter said she would cook the lunch if I would bring a craft!  I’d been thinking about a way to use some of the many acorns to be found on our farm and since I love garlands of all kinds I decided we would make a Woodland Garland!  This was such a fun project and I want to share it with you!  So lets get started and you can make one too!

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Sisterhood {It’s a powerful thing}

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Sometimes these blog posts just roll off my fingers.  Other times I have something I’d like to share and I have it written in my mind… but I hesitate to blog about it because I hate talking about myself.  And that’s what blogging can sometimes feel like.  But the deadline is fast approaching and I STILL want to write the post that’s been in my head for two weeks.  So here it is friends!

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Is It Really Pumpkin Time?

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Hello friends!  I’ve been pondering this thing that I seem to see every single August here in Tennessee: summer is over when school is back in session.  I’m telling you what, that seems so strange to me.  It’s 100 degrees outside, our flower garden is still producing like nobody’s business and everybody is talking Fall and Pumpkins.  WHAT???  Of course for those of you that have been reading my blog here for any amount of time, you know that I never let go of summer until the frost really IS on the pumpkin!

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