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Date:10/22/2014 1:05:28 AM
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No horsey, no ranchie :)
Hi again!!
Sorry it took me so long. Everyone thinks life on the farm is full of lazy days watching the corn grow and fishing and drinking lemonade- Ha! Anything but! Seems like my days get shorter and fuller everyday!! I've been trying to not go on the internet so much.
I know what you mean- when you're in the country, living a farm life you somehow become different than them other folks. My aunt was up to visit this past wkend. She grew up on a farm here but ended up moving to Arizona. I don't really care for her cause she tries to be so "glamorous" and is very "look at me" and acts like she's better than us hicks. Even said a few years ago "I don't know what you people do here" like for fun etc. You people!?! I don't know what she does! You can only go out to eat so much and play so much golf. I enjoy being w/ my animals and seeing how they grow and (someday) make me some $$, fishing, going for walks in the woods (back when I had time), going to the fair, small town festivals, hunting, movies, and I do like working on the farm (alot actually) and seeing what I, Sara, can do and accomplish when it seems like everything is going against you. I love a challenge! Yea, it would be nice to come home make dinner and just relax and go to bed, but I think you and I can appreciate time to relax more than city folk. I feel more fulfilled, sometimes overfilled but happier than when I lived in the Twin Cities (that was only 3yrs but if it wasn't for my AWESOME job I NEVER would've lived there!) They just don't get it. But I guess we need the city folks to buy our products- we can't all be farmers. Sounds great but why would you buy milk and eggs from me if you have your own milk and eggs?? Maybe the reason some people are interested in farm life and others are not is that the ones that go home and watch TV don't WANT to think or have any mental stimulation (beyond their jobs that they prob. hate) and the others actually want to learn something. I don't know just a thought. I'm not trying to get down on the city folk, even if I am doing a good job, it just gets frustating sometimes. And having my aunt here so recently doesn't help.
OK, this isn't a fun blog:(
Yogurt machine? Must check this out!
Off to bed! Good Night-Morning for you!!
-Sara
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