Saturday, March 22, 2014

Goodbye Farmer

This past week our sheep left our farm.

This means we now have no farm animals.  We have no crop.  We technically have no farm at this point.

We hadn't intended to sell the sheep.  We planned to take them with us on our move to Kentucky.  But when there were unexpected delays with fixing the farm house, and then trying to figure out how to transport the sheep that far, it was too much.

We are at a cross roads.  And to be honest, there are so many options at this point, we aren't sure exactly what the future holds.

For now, we are regular people, not farmers.

I have many mixed feelings about that.  There are so many things I will miss - like having new babies each year.  But there are stressors that I won't miss - like trying to figure out how much hay we will need and how much it will cost.  Mostly I will miss the healthy lifestyle.   So much of our lives have been focused around our farm.

I don't know what that will mean for this blog.  I haven't figured it all out.  I will still be working with fiber arts, so there are still things to talk about.  We will take it one step at a time, like I have through this whole journey.

4 comments:

Louellen Lawson said...

It will be a grand adventure! There will be plenty to talk about.

Louellen Lawson said...

It will be a grand adventure! There will be plenty to talk about.

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