Every. Single. Night. Bizou and Blanket January 2019 “No, I don’t want to go bathroom. I’m really very comfortable right here.” ~Bizou Wishing everyone a warm and cozy weekend!
Bizou, Farmguy, and Dash studying for the WSET Level 3 exam Farmguy and I just finished three months of coursework for our Level 3 certification through the Wine and Spirit Education Trust—WSET (London based program). Now, we have a review period before our exam. After driving four hours to attend class every week in Washington D.C. for the last […]
Good friend and animal advocate extraordinaire, Ralph Sites posing with dear, little Bizou on the day of his adoption. December 2016 This photo represents more than just a man and a dog at Christmastime. It represents the true meaning of kindness, goodness, service—and, most importantly…PURPOSE. Our friend, Ralph has a family, a job, and a life of responsibilities like many […]
Bizou and Dash After a difficult illness, our beloved dog, Maud passed away in April 2016. Over the summer, we visited a number of animal shelters and humane societies looking for a companion for our other dog, Dash….and a furry friend to ease the heartbreak of losing our sweet Maud. In mid-December, a friend who volunteers at a local […]
Did someone say–treat? Happy Weekend, Everyone! 🙂
When your BFF would rather play with his toy—instead of playing with you.
Dash and Bizou wish you a restful weekend! 🙂
For those of you who follow this blog, you may remember Maud. Maud was our beloved bluetick hound dog, who became ill in July 2015 due to an autoimmune disorder. I wrote a number of posts about her illness as well as her progress, and finally her passing on April 8, 2016. It was a joy to know Maud. She […]
Originally posted on fourth generation farmgirl:
Most days I feel very grateful to live on Green Hill Farm, surrounded by the natural beauty of the mountains and pastures as well as our farm animals and pets. It’s not always easy, but I do feel enriched by the work that we do here and the special interactions we observe and have…
“Are we there yet?”