Seeing Things in Red and White

If there’s one thing I’ve learned in the past 219 years, it’s that I’ve still got a lot to learn. And learn daily, I do. This month’s first lesson came in genetics and that’s a day (or two) I slept through in college. Somehow our black cow and black bull hit a home run with…

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On Getting Older and Seeing Things Differently

CLICK BELOW TO LISTEN: There are two times of year I most love to be alive – fall and fall. Ok, that’s one, but for me it holds double weight. It’s the time of year on the farm when things begin to change rapidly. Calves begin to drop daily, along with the temperature and the leaves on the trees. The changes…

What Farming Has Taught Me About Quitting

  CLICK BELOW TO LISTEN: As I white-knuckle gripped the tractor wheel crawling down the muddy trail from a hay field (in the worst of places) to haul bales to the trailer for loading, I thought how farming really isn’t for the faint of heart. And then I laughed, because I’m the most faint of heart…

An Open Invitation To The Tired Moms and Motherless Mothers

  LISTEN BY CLICKING BELOW: If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it (or at least thought it) a thousand times. This motherhood gig is hard. It’s tiring and trying. It’s long days and sometimes longer nights. It’s worry-filled as much as it’s wonder-ful. There are times when the weight of it comes to bear. And there…

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I'm Meredith - a perfectly imperfect wife and mama with a perfectly obnoxious laugh. I'm a pro hay raker and user of lard, obsessed with boots and ice cream. A large helping of Grace and strong coffee save me daily. Welcome to my extraordinarily ordinary life on the farm.

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