There are so many times in ones life when your level of excitement about something actually makes you feel like a kid. A renewed youthful feeling. I’ve been feeling that was a lot since the first of the year. Today, though, has taken the prize!
I had my first meeting with my fiber processor about creating Breeze Hill Farms’ first yarn line. After spending hours “developing” blends using only natural colors and seeing a sampling of the end result – yep, I feel like a kid and yes, we are ready for this.
It is amazing how beautiful a pile of natural colored wool and alpaca can become when transformed into the perfect rovings and yarn. I took photos but I’m not sharing yet. You must be patient. I’m pretty sure you will agree it was worth the wait.
It seems that every time I add a post, I apologize for how long it’s been since my last post and I promise to be better at posting. Well I’m going to do that again but assure you that I will be back writing more often in 2014. We have some new and exciting things about to happen with our farm and farm business..I know you’re gonna love it!
Within the next few days I will be adding a page that highlights products from the farm. This is a temporary page until the “NEW” website becomes active. On this new page you will be able to order our products as well. It’s kind of a backwards way of putting all of this together but it works for me and should be very easy for you to navigate…I hope.
Also, coming soon will be our Farm Fiber CSA…stay tuned for all of the details and how to order your “shares”. This has literally been 20 years in the making and I am now happy to offer it to you all.
This is it for now…be back soon with lots of great new posts!
Isn’t it amazing how unpredictable the weather really can be? Yesterday we had a beautiful snowfall in the morning, followed by a sunny afternoon and ending with another brief snowfall before evening. In a single days time, the pastures are turning green and those Spring flowers that were not already blooming are today showing signs of bloom. We’ve had thunderstorms in February and a steady flow of rainfall this Winter..all will serve the ground well for the growing season. While we need to get the earth tilled to start the gardens, the ground is actually too wet. This will postpone that early harvest we always shoot for but a late harvest is just as beneficial.
We have taken some time off from selling through our local Co-op’s and Winter Farmer’s Markets while we’ve reworked our farm. There will be a lot of changes to some of the products we have sold for years and we are adding a lot of new. We started selling our farm products in our ETSY store. It is slow going but we have had some sales. I’ve started working on the plans for offering workshops throughout Spring and Summer. There are so many things that a person can do to live a more sustainable lifestyle and hopefully these workshops will generate interest from those who are anxious to learn.
That’s all for now. I always promise that I will be better about keep up with Blog posts, let’s see if this time I can really do it!!
OK, here is the list of all entries made on our Blog and Facebook:
“Boom Boom Pow” – Black Eyed Peas
“Linus and Lucy” – Charlie Brown
“Firework” – Katy Perry
“Bad” – Michael Jackson
“Sheep Go To Heaven Goats Go To Hell” – Cake
“You Make Me Feel Like Dancing” – Leo Sayer
“Born This Way” – Lady Gaga
“Bad Romance” – Lady Gaga
“Who Let The Dogs Out” – Baha Men
And the Winner is!!!
“You Make Me Feel Like Dancing”
(submitted by Mugsy via Facebook)
Video Coming Soon!
For those who did not win this giveaway..there are other places you can find our Natural Nesting Balls to purchase.http://www.breezehillfarm.com/ordering.aspxAlso, in Richmond VA…The Great Big Greenhouse and Yardbirds.