Where oh where could my little keys have gone?

Hello Farm Friends,
Peace truly does lie in the not knowing. Like it is easier just NOT to watch the news sometimes because then you just do not know what is going on and you cannot worry about what you do not know about---ok well some people can, but I tend not to. This week I found out just how bad it is to realize that you have lost your keys…like the only ones you have to your vehicle. Did you hear me say ONLY ONES I have to my vehicle. For a while now the spare has been missing…and then the other day all my keys were missing. The last time I saw them Caleb was playing with them contentedly while I finished working on some paperwork I HAD to get done. I reasoned that when he finished with them he would drop them, I would pick them up and put them back in place…bad idea. So, deep gut pain ensued when I realized the keys were gone. I looked and looked and no dice. Dylem mean time went to Grandma's and I got on the phone with the dealership to find out what was involved in getting new keys…it seems a tow into the dealership, Scotty beaming up my car into some huge computer system and then a key getting generated from Mars is how they do it these days. I assumed from her explanation I could buy a new car cheaper than I could get a new key. So Caleb goes down for a nap and I go to pick green beans…my mind still searching the contents of our home! When I see Dylem again I take a wild shot and ask him if he remembers the day Caleb was playing with the keys…YES…what happened when he finished playing with them?...I TOOK THEM….(ah��"mom's voice now turns to honey) and do you remember what you did with them after that? NO…end of conversation! Now this is the same kid who can remember anything about a tractor, where hay wagons were parked two years ago etc etc…but not where my keys are!!! However, I did change search tactics from thinking like a 1 yr old, to 4 yr old….we searched again…no dice. Just when I was about to cry…I mean like really, I put the pillow back on the couch and heard��"jingle jingle….oh yeah….keys put into a pillowcase…now he remembers! I do believe the angels were singing…at least they were in my head and pocketbook! I just had to ask Jim how hard life was on him with a one year old, a four year old and a wife who makes judgement decisions like a 3 year old! Haha!

Happy Birthday this week to my little key hider! Dylem turns 4 this week!!


On another note…do you all realize you are not "just" customers to us? This past weekend we were told that a gentleman who has been stopping by our booth since at least the second year of the market suddenly passed away. I tell you the truth, his presence will be missed. It won't be the market each week without him stopping by to checkup on us. He truly loved the market, loved seeing the different foods, talking with folks and enjoyed the music as well. Each and every one of you are special to us in different ways…thanks for allowing us to be a part of your lives!
God Bless You all!
Love
Julie

Franklin Farmers Market
We will be there this Saturday! We are located at the end of the middle isle, end cap booth, on the music/food end of the market. We have blue tablecloths with chickens on them…Arugula's Star and High Lonesome Ranch are our neighbors…and if all of that doesn't help, just ask another farmer or customer!



Simply Summer CSA
Don't forget to pickup your boxes on Tuesday or Thursday 3-6 pm on the farm and Saturday 8-1pm at the Market in Franklin!

Thursday Nights On-line Farm Market
Place your order on our Market Page Monday through Wednesday of this week and pickup your veggies at our farm on Thursday night from 3-6 pm. You simply place your order on line and pick it up on the farm on Thursday night! Just park in front of the house, come to the front door, and ring the doorbell if we are not there to greet you. Once we have received your order, you will receive a confirmation email letting you know we received your order. Any questions? Feel free to email us.

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Photo of the Week
Enjoy a blast from the past with this picture…it is from 2005 when Dylem turned one year old!
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Have a great week!

Julie

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