The changes are so dramatic. Nature and its ability to recycle itself is so fascinating! I look forward to spring greens... I do hope you get a new camera soon (did you get one already?) I am planning a garden for next spring... 900 square feet of dirty fun! I can hardly wait!Have a great weekend Farmgirl!
Hi Kelly,: )Hi Heather,The best part about taking all these photos is that they are allowing me to see the farm in such detail. I'm so much more aware of the spectacular changes that constantly go on around me. Don't like missing them, though--should have a new camera soon. : )A 900 square foot garden sounds fabulous.
Wow. But look at that beautiful big Christmas tree you have right in your frontyard. :)
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