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Jan 25, 2016 5:44 PM CST
Gone But Not Forgotten
|I love seeing your helpers and it occurs to me that they are as invested in your Texas farm as are you and Dave. That shared ownership was also very clear when you referred to all of you making a decision to get as much done during winter as you could.
I love that ownership thing and I love how important it is to all of you.
Thanks for sharing your family and your farm, as well as the farm animals, with the rest of us.
Jan 25, 2016 6:53 PM CST
You are right- they (especially the older ones) have just as much invested as we do (more or less ) We've all helped build from the ground up, for sure!
With everyone pitching in, we certainly get a lot more done than we could individually, and we do our best to make sure everyone has a voice in the day-to-day operations. Of course, sometimes that means they learn lessons about "give and take"
Life is good.
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Jan 26, 2016 4:57 AM CST
|Life is definitely good and I am so thankful!
Yep, lots of snow here in NC - LOTS - but each day it's melting a bit more.
Thank you for all the wonderful photo's! So many signs of spring - outside without heavy winter coats on, germination, sweet little babies, and daffodils -
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