The beginning
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The beginning

Well, This is where I plan on keeping a living journal of our progress on the farm. What we learn, how we learn it and IF we do it! LOL!! No really, we have done so much and have more plans than money or time. I guess for me it would be nice to have this read and receive POSITVE feedback, but at the same time I guess that I am really doing this to help me in looking back to remember the beginning of our journey here and where we are now.  Also, our Grandson Gionni had mentioned when he was here last that he would like to "have" the farm when Nana and Grandpa go to heaven (BTW, he is 9 right now). So, this can be a journal for him to know how much love and sweat were used to "grow" our farm!  That being said it really matter if this is a blog, or a journal. If your reading this and choose to respond, IT MUST BE POSTIVE AND RESPECTFUL! If your posting concerning my punctuation or spelling, Ha ha, well it will give me something to giggle at cause I have work to do and no time for pettiness :-D But Thanks anyway!
 
And so, the journal begins - Welcome to Solace Farm!
 
Another wonderful day full of positive energy and endless possibilities! With a smile on my face, a song in my head and a skip in my step I move forward into the sunshine.....Ah! 

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Nancy Larsen on Tuesday, August 27, 2013 1:29 PM
Great looking website! My SEFP board member Dale Weiss said that I just missed you at the Turner County Fair, while he was "manning the booth". If you would like to create your business plan, I would love to assist and it is free and confidential to you because the Turner County Commissioners contribute to the SEFP budget year. If we can keep things watered this week, it is a great growing week. Nancy Larsen
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enable hr on Wednesday, January 11, 2017 10:31 PM
Lots of new facts and information I have not heard of. Continue sharing more blog entries. Beautiful pieces!
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