When someone speaks about putting money in the dirt, I immediately think about finding a shovel. However, when Carolina Jubilee founder, Zack Wyatt, speaks about putting money in the dirt, he isn’t burying money for me to dig up. What … Continue reading Carolina Jubilee – A Music Festival for the farm lover in all of us
I got more than I beckoned for on Wednesday during a hunt for amazing Ice Cream… 1. I didn’t expect for Homeland Creamery to be decently close to us. I knew it was a beautiful ride through the Country, but … Continue reading Homeland Creamery: A smile in a cup…or cone.
We’ve all had that snicker to ourselves, or out loud. Don’t act like you don’t know what I’m talking about. You know…that overly long zucchini, the perfectly round pair of cantaloupes, the shapely gourd, the navel oranges, the succulent strawberries, … Continue reading Sexy vegetables…
Update to my corn ventures!!! As you may have read, I am attempting to grow three lonely stalks of corn. I’m in a subdivision people. I very well can’t plant an acre of corn. However, my three little ones are … Continue reading Are those silks I see on my corn???
There’s always those moments in life that you don’t want to repeat. Then there are the moments in life that you would repeat over and over again. This past Wednesday was one of those days. As you may have already … Continue reading Apples for Strawberries
Mom and I picked a wonderful bunch of strawberries today. It was my first time, and it made it even sweeter to experience it with Mom. The first thing she told me…. “Eat as many as you want in the … Continue reading A juicy taste of things to come…
As Easter approaches, I am easily reminded of Easter’s past. The joy of the Easter dress shopping for church. The excitement of wondering what the Easter Bunny was going to bring you on Easter morning. The cravings for all of … Continue reading Easter, Farm-Fresh Eggs, and a Cow named Lucy