Well it’s 2:12a.m. and this crazy farm-chick brain of mine wants to write. I just wish I could reprogram my creative writing moments to a more reasonable time, (big sigh) but I guess it’s when all the chatter that is rattling around In my brain finally quiets down……. Fortunately for me this has occurred on a week-end and here I am, propped up in bed happily writing to you. My new dog, LuLu, who now shares my bed, looked at me with sleepy eyes, like “are you crazy?” rolled over , let out a big sigh and went back to sleep.
If you follow my S-Wheat Farm FaceBook page, I promised to write more. My passion to be a positive voice for Ag has never wavered; it’s just been finding time or rather making time to write. So often, I think I need to tell you this or that…and I’m not at a spot where I can do it.
I lost so many readers when I moved my URL, but the former title of Idaho-farm-wife was a reminder that my life is different now. I needed to “rebrand” not only me, but everything around me. While the view out from front kitchen window is the same…
|The kitchen window view|
I’m changing up the landscape. Literally ! It’s been a revamp of my house, my yard, this blog, gosh… my life too. Plus I’m in the midst of a building project and a new writing project, children’s books. It finally donned on me that my life now is in “harvest mode” . I’m finally producing what I’ve been working to cultivate for a long time.
With that, I hired a computer guru, and friend, Kristi to redo the blog. Not only that but she will be helping me illustrate the children’s books. I’ve also tapped the creative mind of daughter, Jen too. I like it when I have people so much smarter than me to drag along in my projects. (poor souls).
Anyway – I wanted to let you know the changes are coming and I’ll share all of them with you. So please have patience as Kristi and I develop a game plan.
As always, feel free to email me at email@example.com or leave a comment on my FB page, the blog or whatever. Hearing from you is like the frosting on the cupcake.
All my best, Gayle