It seems as though our entire country has been taken over by an arctic blast this week and to put it plainly…it’s freezing. This morning it was 0 on the farm. ZERO. For this southern girl…that’s cold. Makes me wanna move to a much warmer climate. But as they say, this too shall pass. I… Read the rest of the story »
I’ve debated posting this for a long time. Not because I’m worried of what others will think of it but because sincerity is important to me. When I speak from my heart I want it to come across that way and words aren’t always easy to put together. My hope and prayer for you as… Read the rest of the story »
This is my little buddy. After school I always enjoy my cuddle time with my baby’s. He and his twin sister love hopping and jumping around with our other lambs. They love sun bathing on nice days while their mothers eat near their side. Here’s a fun fact- Lambs grow very fast, they are considered a ewe or… Read the rest of the story »
I hope you enjoy this guest post from my talent daughter. Here on the farm we raise Hair Sheep. You might be wondering what a Hair Sheep is. They’re just sheep that shed themselves and therefore do not require shearing. And when your busy doing school and helping your mom recreate furniture this is very helpful. An… Read the rest of the story »
Beth is a Southern artist/painter/blogger and the creator of Farm Fresh Vintage Finds. She is passionately curious about all things "junk" and loves to fly by the seat of her pants from project to project. She is hopelessly obsessed with thrifting and repurposing and loves taking all sorts of items and making them something new to love. She and her husband bought a dilapidated farmhouse (circa 1827) in 2001 and have been repurposing and remodeling ever since. Her shop, located in the barn on their farm, opened in June of 2012. Come along for the ride as she conquers projects one, two and sometimes three at a time.