It’s amazing the friendships and understanding that can develop when we have the chance to get to know each other. That’s really what we’re looking to accomplish as CommonGround volunteers: developing friendships and understanding between farmers and consumers as we connect our farms to your table.Read More
“What’s your plan today?”
I ask my husband this every morning when he heads out the door. I like to touch base with what’s happening on the farm and what errands need to be run. I also have my own plan for the day, and thanks to the Heart of the Farm Planner, it’s easier for me to stay on task. I’m excited for the chance to review this lovely planner and share it with you.Read More
A couple years ago, my preschooler came home with a pocket packed full of treasures for Valentine’s Day.
“Mommy! I found all these rocks on the playground for you! They are shaped like hearts!”
Holy cow. They really WERE shaped like hearts! Ok, some were more like triangles…
I’ve kept them ever since. I can’t imagine how long he searched for that many heart-shaped pebbles, but I consider it a grand effort for a little boy. A sweet and thoughtful one too.
Now I’m the kind of mom who always loves a good dandelion bouquet, but heart shaped rocks are forever.Read More
The wonderfully awesome amazing six-year-old in my house used to have a constant sidekick in all his adventures.
A blanket named Nan-Nan.
To be fair, I see much less of Nan-Nan these days. Nan-Nan is really good at hiding. Plus, Kindergarteners are just way too big to admit that they still might have a baby blanket somewhere.
Especially if the blanket’s name is Nan-Nan.Read More