Category: farm life

Peppa Pig

In my last post you read about the Unexpected, which truthfully is a major part of working with animals. In my time here I have learned God uses our animals to reveal just how stubborn we can be. Other times, He uses animals to… Continue Reading “Peppa Pig”

Unexpected

I will be the first to admit, I am not a fan of surprises. No matter the type, if someone has a surprise for me, my stomach churns and I think “oh no, what if it’s not what I expect?” No matter my predisposition… Continue Reading “Unexpected”

Sarge at Large

Not too long ago a new dog showed up at our farm. It is not unusual for people to ‘dump’ their dogs especially in the country. Our Rhodesian hound Talli and my grand-dog Buck were

Blooming Camelia

Blooming Camellia!! A phrase heard many times around our farm thanks to the naughty escapades

Bully for Us

Welcome to GlenHaven! I thought it would be fun to introduce you to some of our critters so you can feel more at home on the farm. Alphabetical order is always a good place to start so meet our bull, Abelour, affectionally known as… Continue Reading “Bully for Us”

Intro to Farm Ninja

  Ninja  ˈninjə/ noun a person who excels in a particular skill or activity. When we first arrived at GlenHaven an intimidating man showed up at our door. The only visible area of skin was around his mouth. I had no idea of his… Continue Reading “Intro to Farm Ninja”

Sitting on the Fence?

Happy Monday y’all!   We’ve been at the farm (GlenHaven) now for 3 years and for all of those 3 years there have been various fencing projects in the works. It’s sort of like

Full Circle

  Creak, squeak aaaarrrggghh, ummph – do you ever find yourself making  those noises when you move in a particular way? Sitting criss cross applesauce does not seem much of an option for me anymore… what happened, y’all? On the inside

Critter Countdown

GlenHaven is alive and well even if we have only been sporadic on the blog scene. It was 2 years ago this month we bought our farm and time has flown at warp speed! We’ve come a long way and when I stop to… Continue Reading “Critter Countdown”

Ode To Tiger Lily

    The cycle of life is never more apparent than on a farm. Old leaves, poop and other trash become compost which enriches the soil and grows better vegetables. The pigs enjoy