Welcome to Farmgirl Friday Bloghop #124!

reversiblecookingapronyellow copyCan I first just tell you how excited I am to co-host the Friday Farmgirl Bloghop with these three amazing co-hosts? Can I tell you that I was over the moon when I found out they had read my blog? Can I tell you how crazy insane I was when I was told that they LIKED my blog? Can I tell you how amazing it feels to read blogs, relate to folks that blog on farmgirl (and farmboy stuff) and then find out they relate to you to?

I am an up and coming farmgirl that left the city (and I mean big city) 1 1/2 years ago for a homestead of 5 acres with a pond in the country. My inner farmgirl was always around and sometimes made appearances and even begged to get unleashed a few times over the years.  It was not until I moved to the country, discovered MaryJanes Farm and other farmgirls that I finally unleashed her and embraced “my people” that I had found online, in the magazine, and in folks I meet that share the same farmgirl soul.  I love life in the country, and I love doing something brand new everyday to unleash my inner farmgirl.

I hope you visit my blog  and chat with me via it.  I hope you read my  “About Me” so that you can find something in me that you can relate to.  Again, I am SO excited that you are here!

So what is a blog hop?  It is where a lot of us farmgirls (and farmboys) share whatever is hatching in our neck of the woods-whether our woods are in the city, county, beach, apartment, homestead, ranch, trailer, or really the woods.  We share recipes, crafts, life style things we are trying, gardening tips, animal stories and just anything we are doing to let our farmgirl side explore and shine.  Visit all my co-hos’s blogs; they are each amazing, entertaining, enlightening and will help unleash your inner farmgirl.  These blogs are what made me feel at home with my inner farmgirl!

So, who are your hostesses?

Deb of Dandelion House (who graciously extended this invitation to me to co-host)
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What are the rules?
1.) Write a post about your farmgirl lifestyle and brag a little about your farmgirl talents while your at it! Share what being a farmgirl means to you. Include lots of photos of your farm, crafts, animals,  quilts, home decor projects and thrifty make overs, your backyard garden, chicken coop, recipes, studio or workshop. You get the idea!
2). Leave your entry in the  Linky tools space to your  Farmgirl Friday post.
3). Please include the Farmgirl Friday button ( or link back here ) in your post and remember to share this hop with all of your blogging friends!

4.) Enter up to three entries per hop!DON’T BE SHY~

Be sure to leave a note if you’re new to the hop! If you haven’t clicked that follow button yet, please join us and be sure to stop by our FACEBOOK page and like us there too!

As always, thank you for your continued participation and welcome new friends and followers! Wishing you all a wonderful weekend! See you on the hop!

 

PS. This is a blog hop, so please share it with your friends by copying the code at the bottom of this post and including it into your weekly entry! 

Share with the ways you unleash your inner farmgirl and how she positively impacts your life.  I find I am more grounded and feel more self assured as I do more and more myself.  What about you????

 

8 thoughts on “Welcome to Farmgirl Friday Bloghop #124!

  1. So nice to meet you through the blog hop! I am also a farm girl at heart, but right now I only get to dabble in the mud now and then. My hubby and I bought 5 acres several years ago and are now getting it ready to build a home on – as soon as I can get hubby to actually retire! Oh well, in the meantime I have a garden in my backyard where my lawn used to be, I find myself thinking up cute chicken names, and I have dreams of living a quiet life where the loudest noise is the crickets in the evening! See you again soon!

    • Hi Vickie! So nice to meet you here. I checked out your blog… lovely! I am going to dig in and save your steps you did for potatoes. I did not do potatoes this year, but want to. I dream of chickens also and some goats. We are going to beekkeeping school in October so that is in the future also. We will need to keep tabs on each other as we journey!

  2. Howdy! Nice to meet a fellow big city to farmgirl transplant! My hubby and I have 4 acres with horses, dairy goats, chickens, farm dogs and cats. I didn’t plant a garden this year but hope to have time next year. I sell baked goods at our local Farmer’s Market and love eating locally and in-season. 🙂

    • Hi Candy! Thanks for dropping in. Animals are in my farmgirl dreams. We think chickens will be in spring and we are also going to beekeeping school in October. Very excited about both! We want to add some goats after that. I would love to get involved in our Farmer’s Market; we have inquired as to how we can sell some stuff from our land. 🙂 Thanks for stopping and I will stop by your blog!

  3. A pleasure and inspiration to meet you…you are living the dream. Good for you. It’s always fun and very inspiring to meet up with those who have broken the city barrier, and give the hand up to the rest of us….I thank you.! I want to follow you but don’t have or want a facebook, is there another way?

    • Hi Faith! I do feel like I am living the dream; I have passed 50 and I feel like a whole new life and world is opening up. It is so fun, exciting and a learning experience daily. Not to mention some hard work! 🙂 Thank you for your nice, nice comment. YES you can follow me other than Facebook. On the blog, scroll down a bit and on the right there is a place to put your email address so you can subscribe to new entries. I would be thrilled to have you join. Have a happy Friday!

  4. Welcome Debbie! Love your introduction post! We are so happy to have you on board our fun little farmgirl hop! You bring a fresh burst of farmgirl spirit just in time for a new season and new readers who are finding their inner farmgirl too!
    Hugs!
    Deb

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