Friday, July 22, 2011

Things I really need for the farm:)

Hellooooooo my Darlin Dears, Fellow Meadow creatures & Gnomes whom shall build me a barn in return for cookies,

Miss Lamb your pumpkin pickin and Honey Harvesting farmer here:)

There are a few things that have been in my lovely mind....a few items I honestly NEED for Early Bird Acres & myself:)

#1. I would like a dinner bell for just outside my door:)

Maybe one of these:)

Or this hilarious one....I bet the pig might like it:)

#2. This Adorable Jumper

The other day I was in Shop Good in Okc and fell in love with nearly every item in the store, but namely this Romper:)

I just adored how lovely and light it was:) I do not wear many jumpers..mostly just spring cotton dresses... but this would be different:)

#3. A very large barn with a hay loft:)

I want to sleep in the hay loft above, and look down on my animals

#4. Lovely Milk Goats

I have one goat named bear, but I want to expand my dairy buisness from my cows, to milk goats:) Right now, I just help out a goat dairy...they do hand milking for the most part and goodness gracious can I milk now....I shake hands with these old farmers and they say "Boy howdy got a shake" :)

#5. A lovely glass greenhouse

I know that Oklahoma is prone to hail storms...but you know what...I want a glass greenhouse anyways:) I will probably build mine out of old windows and such, but I am happier than a peach to get started on it:)


There are other things I want of course....raised beds, a huge herb garden with a white cottage fence keeping it all in....a vacation to go salmon fishing in Montana...but it shall just haft to thing at a time:)


In other news, I canned up a storm yesterday and today I sold my sweet pickles at the farmers market...but of course I forgot my camera, but here is a picture with my phone:)

I hope you all have a lovely day darlin dears:) I am going to do some work in the garden and then hopefully go fishing with Harold:) I hope he does not eat my fish this time:)

Making you a peach pie, hidden veggies and pumpkins in July

Miss Samantha Joelle Honey Lamb


The Blogless Sister said...

guess what is on its way across the Atlantic right now - yes, finally, the Danish handkerchiefs :-)

:-) from Tine

Samantha Joelle Honey Lamb said...

Tine!!:) Yours should be to, as long as they do not decide pictures are illegal to send across the ocean:) Your lovely icon reminds me that pumpkins are almost ready in the garden:) what is the weather like over there?:)

Lyndall said...

I think your life on the farm sounds so magical!

I just planted a herb garden yesterday in my little courtyard (in pots), I chose ones that smell nice and have pretty flowers :) I hope they will grow!

Samantha Joelle Honey Lamb said...

Lyndall- Ohhhhh I just cant wait to get started on a large Herb garden...the plan is to have everything in that area be edible...the flowers and the Herbs...even the grass:) I hope you have a lovely coming week:)

M Tim Blake said...

Maybe we need to get all the artists in Oklahoma City together and have an old fashioned Barn Raisin'!

The Blogless Sister said...

Weather report from Denmark:
Grey skies. Rain. A bit of sun. A lot more rain. Temperature in the seventies *if* we're really lucky.

Hope you've had a lovely weekend. It's been rather sad here - don't know if the news from Norway have made it all the way to Oklahoma? (my mother's Norwegian so it's all a bit too close for comfort)

Leanne D said...

Oh, I am anxious to see lovely photos of a greenhouse made of old windows and a picket-fence herb garden! What could be more sweet? You are such an inspiration, Miss Lamb!

Katherine Ross said...

Oh I do hope you paint your barn that wonderful shade of yellow! I've never seen such a golden and sunny barn!!

Samantha Joelle Honey Lamb said...

M Tim Blake-Ya know what...that is in the talks good sir:) Or at least some kind of festive get together..maybe a barn dance?:)

Samantha Joelle Honey Lamb said...

Tine-PLEASE send some of that rain this way...we are in a 3 month the middle of summer...with 105 temps nearly every day...goodness gracious..

I did here about heart goes out to those individuals who are suffering with loss....just crazy and heartbreaking..

Samantha Joelle Honey Lamb said...

Leanne D-no no no....YOU are to sweet:) Sweeter than a peach for all of your kind words:) I hope it all comes to fruition very soon:)

Samantha Joelle Honey Lamb said...

Kathrine- I think my barn would be white and green....or blue and green:) Ooohhh I cant decide...I just want a barn!!:)

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