here at the Falling Feather.
It's breakfast time...

The ducks are settling in with the chickens.
They aren't quite friends yet.

It's gardening time.
See all those plants? Well, they are all Brussel sprouts. Yes, that is right, Brussel sprouts. And I don't even like them!  How did I get so many...a husband, that's how.  He got it into his head that I wanted them. I even sent him a list of plants to get in a text.  He said he looked at it. Um, no! 
So I guess I am going to get to like them.

The tomatoes are looking good.

And these are the raspberries, sorry about the light.
Also planted in this box is strawberries, spinach and lettuce.

Then a huge wind storm...no rain just lots of wind. Our firewood...

that was nicely stacked. until we heard this at 2:30 in the morning.

A new metal roof today? Look at the sky. 
Do you think we will be lucky enough to get it finished?

Well we weren't so lucky. They have to stop because of this... 

rain and hail.

We have a lake in our front driveway.
Can you see the raindrops and hail hitting the water?
Great news! The guys are back to work!!! 
  I will post pictures of the farmhouse when it's all done.


The Falling Feather Farm


"As our trust in Him grows, we open our hearts, seek to do His will, and wait for answers that will help us understand."
—Neill F. Marriott, "Yielding Our Hearts to God"

A portrait of Christ in white robes with a white head covering, looking over to the right side.


So much cuteness...

came to visit the Falling Feather Farm that I had to take some pictures.


Had an itch to scratch on the barbwire fence.

A little snack.

Some play time

A kiss.

and all the while I was taking the pictures all I can smell is lilacs!

From the
Falling Feather Farm