Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Today....on the farm...

I woke up to sunshine, cool - crisp fall air, dew on the pumpkins and to "two happy boys" - my eight year old and my hubby who were both very happy 'cause it is almost "fall break". (my hubby is an agriculture teacher in case ya didn't know) And then I ventured to the shop and I thought to myself - "I am so blessed to be able to do something that brings other people joy". I have done this for twelve years and what an incredible journey it has been - a very blessed one.
Now, who couldn't be happy surrounded by pretty flowers all day?

Even this sweet lil' lady took her "picking out" very seriously. She says "This one will do - "

"Well no - maybe not - I think I'll try this one"

And then she was off to the gourd wagon - carefully choosing each one.

Today was a happy day and I am so grateful for the happiness in my life!
I Hope you have a happy day!
Oh and P.S. - You make me happy too!


taylors*farmhouse*attic said...

What a beautiful post!!..You're blessed!!Have a great week~~hugs,Jen

Sheila said...

You are so blessed to be doing something that you love and also brings joy to others! Just beautiful!
Wishing you a sunshine filled day~

Dena said...

Awww, look at that cute little cart filled with pumpkins! Looks like fun :)


Cathy said...

What a great post! Visiting your blog puts a smile on my face.

Melinda said...

Looks like fun and I'm sure you are thanful to be able to enjoy your job!


Amy Kinser said...

How precious! What wonderful times with our children and loved ones. What memories!

tincanlily said...

You are very lucky indeed. I have never heard of "fall break". We only have winter and spring break. Is it because you start school earlier? Have a wonderful weekend.

Kim said...

Thanks for sharing your fun! Love it!
Kim in OK

Michelle said...

You have such a beautiful place! I love the little lady making her purchases.

Catherine said...

Lovely pictures, love the flowers!

Beverly said...

You are blessed. Such a beautiful post. Love it when those little baskets are there for the younger shopers. How fun.