About Sara

What do you need to know about me?

I grew up on a farm, went to college, took a break from farming, went the long way around and found my self back in agriculture.

In there I met the Hubs – my Mr. Farmer, got married, took some amazing trips, graduated from MARL, bought a house, moved from said house, started raising bees, and bought a farm.

I also became a mom; Harper was born and time stood still for a while. Now with a rambunctious toddler – time seems to be moving faster than ever.

I thrive on coffee, donuts are my love language, and I attempt a 5K every once in a while when I go through a “fit” stage. I have a love-hate relationship with my camera so photos are sporadic. My cowboy boots are worn everywhere. I work…a lot both on and off-farm to make the dream work. I read more articles, books, magazines, and newspapers than I have time for. I’m opinionated, and this is my blog so opinions are my own – but I do my best to back them up with facts…due to all that reading I mentioned. Weeknights are often spent with puzzles, swinging, choo-choos, and stickers for the toddler. I find nothing works better to clear my head than an early morning with coffee and a sunrise, on the dock at my family’s home farm.

Thank you for visiting.

-Sara

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4 comments

  1. Hey! We found your blog, all the way from Norway. We enjoyed reading your thoughts on farming and life in Minnesota.
    Two thumbs up !
    -Renathe and Bjørn-Thomas, Norway.

  2. Thanks Sara for sharing your views on this proposed buffer strip bill. You made several good points and I hope they are considered when the vote comes up!

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