Harvest Thyme Homestead has grown out of a love for the simpler times of life. Its roots begin in a belief in one's self and that in time, the harvest of one's hard work will create a place called home.....with a few sheep, goats, chickens, cats, dogs, 2 miniature horses, & 3 alpacas added in for good company & fiber.
Wednesday, December 31, 2008
Thinking of 2009
WordsandPictures ofInspirationfor2009Keeping my little dream business alive and well has been hard beyond belief.....For people who spend their days trying to create a farm or a business that is beautiful and truthful, the task is daunting, but collectively, it can be done
Really fresh farm eggs make a kitchen complete especially when gathered in an apron
MaryJane Butters One of the things that being a farmgirl taught me was how to find fun in every job. Edith Largent
For all of us who have or dream of having a small or even large farm in the country, may 2009 be the year when dreams come true......and perhaps even turn a little profit on that farm in the country.
(pictures are courtsey of Lang calendars and words of inspiration taken from MaryJane's Farmgirl Journal/Magazine)