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Friday, October 26, 2012

Farm it Maybe?




Checking my emails this morning I had a message from one of my wholesale companies sharing with me what they are carrying for the Christmas season. They do a video on youtube. 
Informative but not all that creative.  
Ever look on the side to see what is related to that video????

Yeah I was tempted and clicked on this video.

Check it out!!! so cute but also reminds me how much work dairy farming is (well all farming ) and thank goodness families out there are still doing it. George's grandfather had a dairy farm and I recall his dad telling me how you had to milk them twice a day. Couldn't forget, decide to do it later, do something else, take the day off, take a long weekend. I thought plants were a lot of work but they are not a cow. I can kill a plant!
Such dedication to a life you have to love.




11 comments:

Auntie Bliss said...

Isn't that cute!!
I have known several little dudes turned serious adult farmers. It's in their blood!
There is no way any of my boys would have done a video like this...haha, brave little guy.

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

Hi Carole,
He is so adorable!!! Made my morning, thanks:)
~Debra xxx
capers of the vintage vixens

MARY PERNULA said...

cute! Hope you do not get caught up the the storm comming your way. Hugs Mary

Dorthe said...

Dear Carole,
what a great little fellow,- and so wonderful in making this video- a little star,-but also a seriously task, like you say, being a farmer like that... So much work, and you can never leave for just a few hours!!!
Carole are you close to the storm ,as Mary say? If so take care and stay safe, dear.
Hugs,Dorthe

Jill said...

I LOVE this!! Of course we farm and I always love promos so people can see where their food comes from, I know many never give it a thought.

oldgreymare said...

How cute is he!!!!!!!

Family run anything..We have to support.... like Maynard Greenhouse...maybe

Laura @ 52 FLEA said...

Loved it! :)

suziqu's thread works said...

It's one way for people to really see and appreciate what happens on a farm through the eyes of this amazingly positive little boy. Farming of any sort is relentless for sure - a commitment made that has to be pursued day in day out - at least plants don't dictate what time you have to begin the day (depending upon weather conditions I guess!).
Happy Autumnal days to you Carole,
xox Suzy

ariadne said...

I hope you are doing fine and the storm has not affected you!AriadnefromGreece!

Karen said...

Hi Carole, that is one cute little guy. I cant imagine the work that goes into running a farm, just thinking about it makes me want to nap.Things are calm here. We managed to survive without any damage, not even loss of power. I'm so grateful. Seeing the devastation is so sad. How are you?

Bead and Needle said...

These cows are CRAZY! I LOVE this little guy!!! Hope all is well in your neck of the woods...tried to take Z to a fabulous Philharmonic Concert last weekend...she sent her FRIEND with me, instead! Sigh!

XOXO Tanya