Thankfulness

So here we are on the verge of Thanksgiving. We have so many things to be thankful for, even though we can get caught up in the day-to-day whirlwind of life: school, chickens, garden work, cleaning up to host family for the holiday. I’ve slowed down enough for a quick reflection here, just before I dash to meet the bus. If a picture is worth a thousand words, here are a few thousand words of gratitude from our homestead to yours.

Daddy and daughter celebrate another season of dance completed

Daddy and daughter celebrate another season of dance completed. My Hearts.

 

The dog I always dreamed of…even though she can be a dork at times.

The dog I always dreamed of…even though she can be a dork at times. She’s a great companion to my new work.

 

Chickens give us healthy eggs and meat while they improve our soil. They are also very entertaining.

Chickens give us healthy eggs and meat while they improve our soil. They are also very entertaining. Henny Penny, pictured above, finally got to brood a clutch of eggs and be a momma to an Icelandic chick.

 

It was a huge undertaking, but the benefits of this protected growing environment are phenomenal. We have just scratched the surface.

The hoop house. Building it was a huge undertaking, but the benefits of this protected growing environment are phenomenal. We have just scratched the surface. I’m already planning for next season.

 

Nothing can compare to a business that you truly believe in the product you sell.

Nothing can compare to doing work that you truly believe in. This was a great season of learning for me. Thank you to everyone who bought our veggies this year. I’d love to hear from you!

Wishing you a very happy Thanksgiving this weekend…or in November…or both!

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