Friday, May 27, 2011

Diggin' It

When these shoes head outside, I follow. It's the least I can do with all the jobs I create. His next five weekends are booked solid. Maybe more. And I remind myself daily, without those feet, and the rest of the body attached to them, the humble beginnings of our micro-farm would be non-existent.

Three cheers to the farm help, who do it with love and a smile. Usually.





~Happy Friday Friends!~

19 comments:

Sarah said...

neat picture. Working outside together is a great way to spend the day! I'm just looking around. I like what you do with your pictures! The crabapple blossoms are particularly pretty!

Elisabeth said...

Yes, without our hubby's and sons, life would be much harder. I'm not finding it as easy to do the heavy work as I used to.

You did a great job taking the picture.

Elisabeth

Nancy said...

Gotta love those hard-workin' husbands and sons and mothers and daughters... :)

Buttons said...

Andrea isn't life wonderful? I love my feet taking me out to do something I love.B

Karen said...

I bet he appreciates those words...

The Fairy's Apprentice said...

Kind of hard work, to see the earth taking form and feeding the family. Three times cheers from me, too!
Regards,
Camelia

Gail said...

Unique photo, gotta love farming!

texwisgirl said...

those are some hard-working shoes! God bless him!

Deb said...

That's a lovely thought. Beautiful picture!

MJ said...

Good dirt + a good man = great farm and a happy wife :). You have the formula my friend!! Have a fantastic and dirty weekend!!!

Osage Bluff Quilter said...

Great man, bet he has awesome hands!

Gardener in the Distance said...

These boots were made for walking,
and that's what they're gonna do - we're gonna build a whole new world,
togther, me and you.

~Sheri~ said...

u r livn my ULTIMATE dream.....150 year old farmhouse with a lil bit of land! Love it!!!!!!

Jennifer said...

Love the pic. My honey & I work outside together too... Team Work Is The Best :)

from my front porch... said...

The sexiest man is a farmer!
I love watching J working aound the farm and smooching on all the animals!!!
xo, misha
LYLAS!

Alana Jo said...

I agree. We couldn't do what we do here at our home with my husband either.

Seven Gates Farm said...

It's called "making memories". Do it sweetly ~ Debi

Linda Makiej said...

Terrific!!

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

very sweet and oh so true.
Staci