Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Welcome to our Farm!

After some thought I have decided to create a farm blog for St. Brigid Farm. I've been working on it for quite awhile and have finally completed it. This will be a place where you can come read about our farm. Here you will find everything farm related. If you are interested in watching us grow and learn about our little farm, visit often. My goal is to post at least a picture or 2 each day or updates on what the animals are doing, how the garden is growing, etc.
Some features you will find along the left sidebar are a daily Egg Counter(this, of course, will list the count for the previous day--it will be fun to see it grow drastically come March), Inspirational and Helpful webpages/blogs (these are sites I frequent either for farm/animal help or just for inspiration), our Library (which is where you can find books we LOVE and if interested you can click on them and buy them from a LOCAL bookstore at the same time supporting our little farm), and finally my Cafepress site (I've created a logo for our Farm and you can purchase merchandise with the St. Brigid Farm log on it)!
Thanks for visiting, if you find it fun and interesting come often!!

If you want to read about how we started out I'll post links to archived posts from my other blog later.


Liz in Seattle said...

Well, looks like I'm the first one to comment. Congratulations on your new blog, and your potential future kids (goats, not the two-legged variety). And we continue praying re your future kid transport vehicle (two-legged, mostly ;-) )

lesle said...

All I Need To Know In Life I Learned From My Hens
by Michaele Oleson
Wake up early, stay busy, rest when you need to, but always stay alert.
Visit your favorite places each day.
Scratch out a living.
Routine is good.
Plump is good.
Don’t ponder your purpose in life–your brain is too small.
Accept the pecking order and know your enemies.
Weed your garden.
Protect your children fiercely–sit on them if you need to.
Take them for walks, show them the little things and talk constantly.
Make a nice nest.
Share it with friends.
Brag on your accomplishments.
Don’t count your chicks before they hatch.
Protect your nest egg.
Test your wings once in a while.
Squawk when necessary.
As you age, demand respect.
Leave a little something for those who care about you.
Chase butterflies.

Dawn said...

hello dear friend. the new blog is cute, and I can't wait to follow your links.