Lance has been helping a family friend get the fall crops harvested for several years. Lance comes from a farm family, although they sold off the hogs almost 10 years ago and have rented out the family farm for the same time frame. He compares it to hunting, it gives him quiet peaceful time to think and enjoy nature. We drove down this year amidst the bean harvesting and snapped some pictures....so glad we did it. I love how they turned out and what a beautiful reminder that even with all the stress the beauty of the harvest is worth it all.
Monday, December 28, 2009
Posted by Christine at 12:32 PM
Thursday, December 17, 2009
Where do I begin.....first, thank you to all of you who continue to check this blog and there is NO activity. What a slacker I appear to be. I can assure that there is one great reason why I have had little to no time lately and I will soon share it with you all. It makes my heart burst with joy. :)
Just wanted to pop on here and make sure to tell all of my Blogettes (yep, I gave y'all a name) a very Merry Christmas and blessed 2010. We all have many things to be thankful for and looking forward to. Take time to enjoy the simple things that Christmas has to offer and relish the time spent with your families.
I have some time off around the holidays for once and I plan to enjoy it drinking some hot cocoa & Bailey's, toasty warm with all the lights off but the Christmas lights and snuggling up with my favorite little girls and my hubby watching a marathon of Christmas movies.....Elf, Christmas Vacation, Polar Express, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, Home Alone and Miracle on 34th Street.
From our Home to yours....Happy Holidays!!
Posted by Christine at 4:01 AM