Dear February, you will not be missed.

Peyote Broken Leg
I wish I was posting with great news of our creamery completion. The goal was always to be licensed by March. Unfortunately, February did not have a sense of humor. We hit a string of bad luck mainly personified in the shit floor job we received from a contractor. (Yes, I thought about not swearing here as I’m personally working on cleaning up my own mouth with Gizmo starting to talk…but, there’s just no .

Free to Perfect Home

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” – Albert Einstein Ladies and Gentleman, I fear we may have adopted a fish and have been forcing it to try to be a livestock guardian dog. Anyone who has been to the farm recently can guess who I am talking about… Shark Week (that’s him .

Learning to Roar

As I lounge in bed, a warm down comforter tucked around me, six cats in various stages of contentment sprinkled about, the handsome man lightly snoring beside me and Gizmo asleep in her nook, I find it hard not to smile. It’s late and I should sleep. As a working mother my most precious moments with Giz are in the early morning hours before I leave for the day. The snooze button isn’t an .

The 2014 Farmstead Gift Giving Guide

The gift-giving holidays are right around the corner which has inspired me to put together a little mash-up of some really hard working cottage industries. There’s nothing bix box about these stores. It’s mostly farmers and artisans pouring their heart and soul into the work that they believe in. I don’t know about you, but that’s definitely something I can get behind! For the person in your life who has exquisite taste but also .