One bite at a time...

Hello Farm Friends,
Have you ever noticed how crazy life can get just by adding one little "extra" thing to your to do list? I used to pretty much just nod my head "YES" when someone asked me to do something above and beyond and then I would complain about it and how busy I was afterwards…then Jim asked me if I had ever considered saying "NO"…well, NO, I had not because after all…I am Wonder Woman! (I really did want to be her when I grew up…I had the underoos and everything!) So two kids later and 800 feet of green beans behind me with more beans, dinner, laundry, and a tidal wave of "inbox" material to process later I am beginning to think perhaps I am not Wonder Woman, or if I am something is wrong with my super powers! I really don't have much in my life right now that I can say "NO" to right now…the crops are in, the boys are hungry and life must go on…but instead of gulping at all there is to do, I am trying to eat the elephant one bite at a time! Now, if I could just get Dylem to eat Elephant (no raisins, skins or crusts of course!) for supper then that would save me what like 20 minutes….

Have a great week…even if it is busy!
Love
Julie

Franklin Farmers Market
We will be there this Saturday! June 28th. 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.

Farm Life Blog
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Photo of the Week
Did you really grow those tomatoes? If I had a dollar for every time I was asked that question…well, I could quit growing tomatoes! This week's picture is from our passive solar hoophouses where YES, we grow the tomatoes in real field dirt, just like the rest of our crops! We begin the plants from seed in our greenhouse in early January, transplant in March/April and we get about a week or two jump on the regular field tomatoes…which means YOU get to eat tomatoes early, like the end of May/first of June.
To see the photo of the week use this hotlink Photo of the Week


Have a great week!

Julie

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