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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Merry Christmas from Stoneyfield Farm!

You might be thinking that I'm bit late and should be wishing you a Happy New Year. Well, it's still Christmas around here. We have 7 family Christmas parties in 9 days this year with 2 to go. So we're getting there.

As you might have noticed from Ethan and my blogs, or lack thereof, December has been a busy month. I read once that winter was supposed to be the down time for farmers. I feel like that is quite the opposite here. Chores go A LOT slower in the winter, equipment is harder to work with, and the animals need extra attention - especially with record setting snow storms and rain/sleet/ice/snow storms that go for days.

I have had multiple times where I have just about been ready to sit down and write a blog post, and then something comes up (or our home computer stops working for a few days here and there). So I now decided to just take a moment and let anyone who still happens to lurk know we're still hanging in there. We have managed to keep the fire going too, literally, with the help of church friends blessing us with a few truckloads of wood on a few separate occasions - without being asked and always when we just run out.

So to end this quick, random update - may the promise of Christmas continue into your New Year, even if you don't have 2 more Christmas parties left. :) Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

4 comments:

Honeycombmama said...

Hi Becca, don't know if you remember me from my old blog or not, it was called Sea 2 Shore, my name is Regina. I see the Lord has blessed your farming endevours and I am so happy for you and the family. I will be keeping up with you and have already became a fan on facebook. I hope your New Year is blessed with many things! Take Care and Happy New Year!

Nancy M. said...

It has been a busy holiday season! It's wonderful you have so many people to share your Christmas with!

Happy New Year!

McKrola Family said...

Glad you are staying warm!

Emma said...

Like your stockings a lot! They are really cute.

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