This is always a wonderful time of year when we get to see the fruits of our labor. Summers as a farmers wife can be very busy, difficult, and lonely. Don't get me wrong, I love my life and my family and wouldn't trade them for anything! Summers keep everyone moving in different directions. I am busy traveling with flour, taking care of kids, and helping where ever needed on the farm. Our guys are working long hours tending to fields, equipment repairs, attending meetings, and wheat harvest. When fall comes the hours get longer, but it means a break is in sight. We know family time is only a few short months away and we have something to look forward too.
I was so glad to be able to go to La Junta this past weekend for Early Settlers. It was a beautiful day and I loved meeting new people and getting to see old friends and catch up. If you missed us I sent stock with my family at Collins Family Farms so, if you need flour or meat give them a call.
I am gearing up for a busy October with two shows at the Altered Reality Event Center in Colorado Springs the first and third weekend. We hope to see some familiar faces there. If you are in need of tickets to the shows I have some to give out and will do so on a first come first serve basis. Just send me a message with your mailing address and how many you need and I will get them out.