Thank goodness we don’t have a lot of outside chores to do on the farm in the winter. The animals are cosy in the barn so I wouldn’t call it a chore to care for them.
Winter on our farm is a time to reflect on the past year and re-energize for the next season. I enjoy going to various conferences and workshops, reading books set aside during the growing season, making and eating dinner on time, and actually resting on Sundays. I don’t enjoy doing the account books but that is a chore that needs doing.
Right now I am trying to paint pictures with words as I review and update our website pages. We are finally changing over to a new format and I’m aiming for that to be completed by mid February. The challenge is to make sure I am clearly expressing what I want to say and not leaving any gaps in what the farm is all about. Check late Feb. – Hope you like it.
Brain not brawn describes our farm winter this year. Hope you are enjoying yours!