A Break Needed

Dear Farm Friends,

I am taking a little break this week for an inspiration re-charge.  It's a thing that happens to those of us who try to bring fresh content on a regular basis.... we sometimes just need a break.  

I'll be back Monday with more tales to tell... promise!


If you have any particular stories you'd like to hear in future days... drop me hint!
Otherwise... more of the same coming your way!


Yes, Bobby looks angry in this photo... but he looks this way in every photo.  It's his resting cat face!!

Comments

Marsha said…
Have a good break!!
daisy g said…
A break well earned. I don't know how you post every day. I have gotten to be a very lazy blogger and usually only post once a week on my Garden Friday.
Enjoy your time off. You deserve it. Bee well...
The JR said…
I was thinkin' who stole his mouse. He's a beautiful cat.
Take care,
colleen said…
I never never tire of your posts. I haven't been commenting lately because I think my comments get boring. I would love to see more of Maven Haven, how you make your preserves do you boil down or use certo? or make freezer jam?, more about knitting, sewing, cooking (even a video on these things) Do you have more chapters of your book you can share? These are just suggestions as I don't see a thing wrong how you are already posting. See you Monday. xoxoxo
Unknown said…
I learn something every time you do a post on the environment. I love the products you show and how we can all reduce our impact. But I also just love reading about your every day activities. Lisa G in TN
littlemancat said…
Bobby's beautiful - I know what you mean about a cat's resting face. And human face's too.
Whatever and whenever you post is good with me - love the blog!
Mary
Marcia LaRue said…
Bev ... you have earned whatever time off you require to recharge!! I don't believe any apology for doing so is needed!
You know we will be here to back you up and encourage you in whatever endeavor you dive into! You are so multi-talented ... your options are enumerable!! We just tag along!
Hugs from S. CO ...
Anonymous said…
Enjoy your well deserved break. I would love to hear more about your cats. I know you've posted about them regularly but I never tire of their antics
This N That said…
Will miss you..xxoo
Are you sure that is Bobby's resting face--or is he saying--you snap one more photo of me with a treat and I am going to run away!!!! I love all your posts and it gives me my daily dose of 'peace and love'-
enjoy your break--
luv, di
Anonymous said…
I would like to hear more about the history of the property! Where did you start? Was it run-down at one time and you gave it new life? Or was it already planned and pristine ready for the next generation to take hold? Taking on a farm property is a big undertaking at any stage!
1st Man said…
Resting cat face. I LOVE THAT.

Enjoy your time, rest, and we'll be here to read when you get back.
I love your Bobby cat.....haven't seen him for awhile! Yes, do take a break and refresh yourself. You do such an awesome job on this blog week in and week out. I know I could never do the amazing job you constantly do. Know that you are truly appreciated Bev, and that's no kidding! You will certainly be missed since you have truly spoiled us with your wonderful posts. You could never disappoint me with your content as I would be happy every day to just ride/walk along with you on your daily chores, see the changes in the garden and flowers and trees and visit with your beautiful critters.
Have a terrific weekend and know you have made many good friends here, even if you never get to actually meet us! Blessings to you and yours.
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Judith said…
I don’t remember the story of when the donkeys joined the farm. Can you tell it again?

Now that it has been a while since you redid the pantry, what have you learned? What would you do differently?