When we moved to the farm it was on the cusp of springtime. Things were just beginning to green up.
Since then we have had the pleasure of seeing all the things the farm has been growing for many years.
Roses are plentiful around here.
And while I have never really been a "rose girl", I do have to say that they sure are pretty. Some of the colors are so vibrant.
And if you really enjoy extremely floral smells then Id say roses are for you.
But as much as I enjoy a good smelling flower...I must tell you, I also really enjoy the smell of this.
Do you remember when I mentioned that we got the hay storage area all cleaned out?
Well, it was in preparation for a ton of lovely grass hay.
And that fine young man you saw in the previous picture is stacking it all up for me right here.
What do I need hay for you ask? Well for my goats, of course!! I will be getting 3 sweet little goats in total. The first critters to call my farm home. Besides Darby, of course.
This weekend my family and I are going to take a little road trip to get 2 of them.
The third one will follow a couple days later.
3 sweet, furry, little nigerian dwarf goats. On my farm. In my barn. They will have a wonderful farm smell.
I can not wait.
8 hours ago