this is the stained glass image on the front of the church.
I love this so much. It fits in perfectly with the surrounding farmland and the people who live and work here.
I have a confession.
We are not the “greenest” farm family out there. We use chemicals, we use fertilizer and in the winter I just can’t bring myself to hang clothes on the line.
We do try to make things environmentally friendly(er) on the farm though. One way is by preventing soil erosion. All those Virginia rains and spring winds can be hard on farmland so we plant a winter cover crop of rye to those fields that are plowed (i.e. those fields in which we plant peanuts) or we practice the no-till method of farming. View full post »
One of my favorite things to do is go exploring in our shed, our barn or our grain bins (What? We’re supposed to store grain in those?). Truthfully, I love exploring any old barn or house but legally I can only explore ours, I suppose. View full post »