September 7, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Last newsletter, we discussed the difficulties of working in hot/humid temperatures and this newsletter we are excited to finally have cooler evenings and more manageable temperatures during the day. As we heat with a wood stove in the house and we have a brick oven outdoors to cook our breads, we cut firewood almost year round. We learned quickly that if we don't prepare early, winter will surprise us and we won't be ready. Each year we get better at being prepared and planning in advance.
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August 12, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
The weather this summer has been a bit taxing. The high temperature and humidity requires us to be extra cautious with ensuring ample shade and water for all animals while ensuring we also have the same for us while completing chores throughout the day. We start early (5:30am) and take an extended lunch break to get away from the heat and then go back at it later in the afternoon until dinner time.
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July 23, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
When you take a step back and analyze your life, possessions, family, well-being, there really is so much to be grateful for. Everyone has struggles and goes through ups and downs but overall we are very blessed. Brian and I have really tried to take a step back and focus on a more positive mindset which trickles down to our children and those in our community. Living each day counting it as a blessing and being grateful for the little things vs. picking apart everything that has gone wrong truly does make a difference in your life.
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