Life on an 1857 Farm in Wisconsin.
kari, WOW! beautiful! as outside of chicago, no snow yet, just rain and still warm... some of my geraniums still blooming! ICK! OLM
Lovely, isn't She"
I'm curious. Does the snow ever get deep enough for the goats to simply walk over the fence?
Cheryl...if it does, you will be seeing a black & white guy at your place.Kari
So so beautiful...your place is so lovely..what a blessing.Enjoy!
Kari,Thank you for posting the pictures of your recent snowfall. Your farm loves beautiful. You will never understand how much enjoyment I get from following your blog. Not only do I enjoy your written updates but seeing the seasons outside your window keeps me connected to the Wisconsin countryside. I use to make the trip from a suburb of Chicago every month to see my father who lived north of your farm. Following his death I now visit your blog to help me reminisce about him and our time together. Thank you for providing this former farm girl a way to process her father's death in a uniquely therapeutic way. You and your blog are a blessing to me. Merry Christmas and a Happy Healthy New Year! Fondly, Jeannine
Blessings come to us when least expected...I marvel at the blessings I have found thru this little old blog -- each of you bring these to my little world. Jeannine--my thanks for such kind thoughts -- I am ever so sentimental -- and have weathered the loss of both my parents. The journey is your own -- but if every now & again Meadowview Farm offers sanctuary -- I am thankful for that.Kari
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