Tag Archive: Animals

Beauty and the Beast

Missing our Bermudian Bengal Cat, Freckles. She disappeared shortly after the move. It sucked. We adopted Norman, the bearded dragon, from the Humane Society recently. I support adopted pets. I guess you could… Continue reading

Happy Housing

Not everything we accomplished revolved around plants. Our animals needed some love too. Within a month of finishing the construction of an outdoor run for the rabbits (two new bunnies), Licorice managed an… Continue reading

Old Friends

“Once you have had a wonderful dog, a life without one, is a life diminished.” “I think dogs are the most amazing creatures; they give unconditional love. For me, they are the role… Continue reading

Growth & Change

“By sharing and learning about each other, we can see our oneness, stop focusing on our differences, and come together to take care of the earth.” -Aimee Golant, Metal Art Judaica    … Continue reading

New Beginnings

As Summer draws near, I reflect on a successful Spring. While the projects ahead often clutter my mind—-this year has brought excitement that makes a bright future feel almost guaranteed. But with all… Continue reading

One for the Road

In the spirit of before and after, extra innings, ones for the road and keepin’ on….             We have come a long way (back) in a short 15… Continue reading

Meet the Animals

Meet the animals that call Big Mama’s Farm their home. Chickens, goats, rabbits, dogs…a cat and some fish. We are becoming an effective full circle– Animals not only bring companionship and love….on a… Continue reading

Sunset, Moonrise

Kris is back from 2 months fishing in Alaska. The hens are laying 3 + eggs a day. Apples are falling from trees. Pumpkins & Grapes are maturing. An alliance is developing with… Continue reading

Living It, Loving It

Life screams from above as the trees fill with blackbirds. The snow geese settle in the fields. The survival of the pond fish are like a symbol of our spirit….reduced in quantity perhaps,… Continue reading

Wise Meat (part 2)

You gotta love children’s books.  My 2 year old son picked a book out at the library about big machines. It stated, “the biggest tractor is an American machine called Big Bud 747.… Continue reading