“The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.”

Masanobu Fukuoka, The One-Straw Revolution

Easter On The Farm

I can't imagine a better backdrop for an Easter than the farm!
We had such a wonderful weekend...
so many activities both with friends and with family.


Easter Sunday was spent with a few of our "kids" and grandkids.
It was a full day of food, fun, and frolicking.
With sunny skies, warm 80 degree winds, blossoming trees and shrubs,
we spent almost the entire day playing outside.
(You might notice a change of clothing on Miss Mackenzie...
these pics were actually taken all on the same day.... we got a little messy...
which is just how we like it here on the farm!)


We hunted for eggs...



blew bubbles...


took wagon rides down the long hilly driveway...


played pirates...


visited piggies...


climbed trees....


visited horses....


rode Red...


talked to the turkeys...


relaxed on the swing...


wrestled...


played soccer...


and so much more.
Cousin love....just melts my heart!!


The dogs spent the day outside with us,
and even joined in on the soccer game.


It seems we have quite the defender in Annie...



We had originally thought the weekend would be a rather quiet one...
but last minute plans of the best kind filled the weekend from beginning to end.
Grandchildren add such a fun dimension to life!
They have a way of making...

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