Tuesday, March 1

Tuesday Farm Photo: Love It

A new heart rock and a soft old shirt

Much to my surprise and delight, I've found hundreds of heart shaped rocks around the farm over the last several years. (I'm not real picky; they don't have to be perfect, just like love isn't.) You can see more of my heart rock collection here and here.

© FarmgirlFare.com, the well worn foodie farm blog where some of my favorite work shirts are so tattered and full of holes that each time I wear one, I swear this will be the last time, and then I'll wash it so the rags I cut it up into will be clean. But then somehow the freshly laundered shirt makes it off the laundry line and back into my pile of clothes—where I figure I'll just wear it one more time.


  1. I collect heart rocks too!

    We had lambs born on the farm yesterday - check them out here:


  2. Oh - that's a nice one! I only have a few that are that size and then well over 100 small ones. One of my favorites is a heart within a heart.

  3. I have a couple of well-worn shirts that fit that description - too comfy to cut into rags yet!

    Early this morning I heard the honking and looked up to see a V-formation of Canada geese, maybe thirty of them, flying about 50' over my hill on the coast of Connecticut, from the southwest headed northeast. Spring's coming!

  4. Since I saw your posts, I see them everywhere now.

  5. My husband brings me heart shaped rocks whenever he finds them, and I love their rugged imperfection. This one is lovely!


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