Tag: NC Century Farm

A Snowy Slow-down at The Farm!

Our projects are on hold, a fire is burning in the fireplace for the third day in a row, and Katie Fforde’s A Springtime Affair is by my side along with a steaming mug of tea and Charley (my Goldendoodle)! A white blanket of… Continue Reading “A Snowy Slow-down at The Farm!”

Happy New Year!

So, here’s to 2022! May it be a year of peace, grace, and joy that is possible through faith in Jesus Christ! Carl and I wish you all the best! Thanks for following along with us as we restore our North Carolina Century Farm one project at a time!

A Gift

This month’s post is all about The Farm’s latest project update and a life lesson about the gift of being in the moment.

Spring Cleaning

Spring cleaning around the farm got me thinking about some personal spring cleaning that I needed too!

goals

timber picture

As October comes to a close, we are in the middle of a large-scale timber project here at The Farm at Crowders Creek.

restoration

I enjoy being fifty-one, going gray and sharing what I have learned along the way. We all have β€œthings” in our lives we have been through or can share that might help someone else.

Friday’s Farm Minute

Hello from the western Piedmont of North Carolina! Today, as our nation reflects on the events of 9/11/2001, I am thankful for our country, for the indomitable spirit of the American people, and for the freedom we have living in the United States of… Continue Reading “Friday’s Farm Minute”

Positively Positive

What comes to your mind when you think about the word positive? I think about being certain of something, like I am absolutely 100% positive that I do not like snakes, especially when they are in the chicken coop! Or, I think about being… Continue Reading “Positively Positive”

pickles and perspective

Yesterday was Pickle Day here at The Farm. Refrigerator pickles are one of my favorite treats of summer! I started making this summer staple of the Long household years ago when Carl’s Aunt Sherry shared her recipe with me. It is simple, easy to… Continue Reading “pickles and perspective”

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