“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

Shuffling Critters

 Thanks so much for all of your positive comments on Friday.  I am planning on resuming our Friday Food for Thought covering topics such as sustainability, recycling, cooking, saving money and other topics that are of interest to everyone.  


If there are any subjects... or specifics that you would like me to delve into, please leave me a comment or shoot me an email.


In case you need it, my email address is beehavenmaven (at) gmail.com.  (I wrote it this way so that internet bots cannot use it.)


With the exception of one quick trip to see Tyler play rec. soccer on Saturday morning, we spent a quiet weekend here on the farm.  A quiet weekend is never boring, however.  And actually, "boredom" is a forbidden idea here in our house, where there is always plenty to keep one busy!

We started our weekend (almost) gaining another barn kitty, when this tiny cutie showed up at our neighbors' house.  

We quickly made him a space in our extra stall (just like we did when we rescued the black kittens), but he was having no part of being contained in one area.  Boy, can this tiny kitten let out a loud protest meow!  He kept yelling and climbing the walls of his pen in futile attempts to escape....


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