Knolltop Farm Wife

Welcome to my blog! I'm a wife, mother of four and a self-employed freelance writer. I live on a dairy farm with my family and I enjoy sharing our life with family, friends and anyone else who wants to visit the farm. There's no telling what the I will write about from day to day, but hopefully you'll be enriched when you stop by! Have a wonderfully blessed day!

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

The Farm is still standing

Good Morning from the Knolltop!

We've been gone for a couple of days and arrived home last night....no actually this morning just in time for an hour nap and then we were back up to milk the cows.

It was a great trip and I've got lots of pictures and stuff to say, but since I'm running on one hour of sleep, I'm going back to bed for a short nap!

I'll post pictures and news later today! But I'll just say we had a great time with the Nunes family and touring farms in Wisconsin. And the kids and Grandma did a great job taking care of our livelihood back home on the Knolltop!

2 comments:

Ian said...

Welcome back and no doubt you'll be busy, so sorry to be a bit off topic here, but I run a blog (completely and entirely non-commercial) called www.farmblogs.blogspot.com

At Farm Blogs I am trying to gather in one place the very best of global blogging about farms, farming and rural life.

You can find the blog roll, sorted by country (and a General Interest section).

My posts are made up of the blog recommendations from farm bloggers and I also post regular stories about world farming.

All blogs have been recommended to me by other bloggers or identified by me during my occassional browsing.

You were recommended by Raising Country Kids (http://www.raisingcountrykids.com/)%20recommends ):

(If you'd just like to see recommendations please use the label 'Recommendations'.)

I have a pretty broad definition of farming - if you're producing food, you're a farmer, to my mind at least.

So blogs range from ranches to part-time smallholders, and resources for them.

Once recommended, I add them to the blogroll and then contact the bloggers (just as I am contacting you), asking them to send me a few words about their farm/small-holding and their blog and, critically, to recommend their favourite farm/farming blogs (just as Raising Country Kids recommended you).

And so it goes and grows.

So, I've added you to my blog roll and I would very much appreciate it if you could please consider:

a) writing to me with a brief description of your blog along with permission for a once off only use of a couple of photos from your blog, so that I can make a posting about you;

b) writing to me with your favourite farming/rural blogs recommendations;

c) add a link on your blog, if that's possible, to www.farmblogs.blogspot.com

d) please feel free to send me the odd photo, both now and on an on-going basis. The blog tries to pick up different seasonal activities in different parts of the world at different times, so any photos would be much appreciated - they also help drive traffic to your site.


Very much hoping to hear from you,

With kind regards,

Ian


www.farmblogs.blogspot.com
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www.ianwalthew.com

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