He who loves an old house never loves in vain
~Isabel La Howe Conant
Today is a big day! It’s my mom’s birthday! Turning 25 never gets old. Haha!
So, we treated her to some bloomin’ beauties..a light pink hydrangea and this beautiful pink flowering almond tree (pictured)!
So excited to see it in full bloom!
Discovered this new Rococo artist, considered the most important female painter of the 18th Century!
The other night the whole family decided to explore the night market in Nashville. We were met with the enticing aroma of homegrown peaches from The Peach Truck, a colorful array of fresh veggies, and a meadow of flowers for sale. We came across jarred Sorghum, with which I was completely unfamiliar.
I had some lip smackin’ good homemade cheesecake and made a delicious squash, zucchini, and corn casserole from the veggies we picked up at the market. So next time you get a hankerin’ for some fresh, organic produce, stop by the downtown market!
L’ Chaim, to Life!
Stumbled across this gem while internet surfing! So, I thought I’d share a little geek love with you all. Art History is absolutely one of my most favorite things on God’s green earth! Enjoy!
Hello All! Farm happenings have been keeping me pretty busy lately. Until I have a chance to get my pictures uploaded, please enjoy this adorable picture of my baby Panda. Photos of new editions and new experiences to come!
Well folks, this is my first blog post ever! I’m Victoria, an aspiring museum curator, babysitter by morning, college student by afternoon, and soulful voice in the church choir at night. My family and I have been talking about starting a blog for about a year, when something big happened! We packed up three households in the big city, many more moving trucks, and these city slickers moved to God’s country: Tennessee! In the past year, we’ve had a lot of firsts: our first Christmas in the country, my dad’s first tractor, and, in my case, my first day of college. So join us as we celebrate many more firsts in this crazy, beautiful, winding road we call life.