Everything is Bigger in Texas
Well Miss Glory left on her second adventure just in time to miss out on another BIG ice storm here in Northwest Missouri (she said it wasn’t planned, but I think otherwise)! Now she is in Dallas, Texas enjoying sunny, sixty degree days! Dallas is home to the BIG World Trade Center that houses a huge wholesale market that shows off the latest and greatest fashion trends!
Miss Glory is excited to announce that she finally ventured off the farm and made her first grand appearance in the big city of Atlanta, Georgia! Atlanta, Georgia is known for not only the World of Coca-Cola, but also as being the future home of Super Bowl LIII.
In September of 2013, I finally found a true best friend. We went to the same school since Kindergarten, but it wasn’t until I was a sophomore in high school and they were a junior in high school that we ever really crossed paths. Something about them stood out to me. I loved that they were genuine. I loved that they were funny. But most of all, I loved that they farmed. Something about their lifestyle was appealing to me.
Help Me Help Others
I can still remember as a small child (farm girl) how exciting it was to get a new outfit (fancy frills). It was even more exciting when I got to put it on for th every first time! However, I also remember that it rarely happened.
You may not appreciate our unsolicited advice, but Andee and I tossed together three tips that we think will help you discover happiness and joy this holiday season!
As a proud momma here I have to brag on my oldest daughter! Alexx Mckenna has a drive and passion that is explosive. I can describe her as a person in love with the outdoors, hunting, and her cows.
A Note From The Head Farm Girl
Born and raised in a small rural community in Missouri, I knew what hard work and dedication meant. My dad was a farmer and my mom was a stay at home farm wife. Working from sun up to sun down was all I knew.
Loving Life In Layers
It seems as though winter is here to stay. The last leaves are slowly falling and the frosty mornings keep biting at our toes. As summer and fall slowly slip away, we dread the wintery wonderland that lies ahead. Eager to press fast forward, we often times forget to stop and enjoy the sweet, simplicity of a fresh fallen snow. That is why, us Farm Girls have decided to LOVE LIFE IN LAYERS this holiday season. Fluffy sweaters, fuzzy socks, and cozy scarves allow us to enjoy all the holiday has to offer. Whether you are building holly, jolly Frosty in your back yard or attending the Christmas tree lighting in the town square, living life in layers makes life more adventurous.
We’d be lying if we said that this fall weather isn’t getting us excited! So much change is happening on the farm! Cool, crisp mornings, golden leaves, and baby calves are just three of our favorite parts. We decided to embrace the change and bring to you the very FIRST Farm Girl Blog!