Thursday, July 28

a fence, love

i thought i would have time to sit and write a post, but it seems that brownies are half made, dinner is not even started. the chickens and their babies have caused a redesign of the coop and still with many hours into it, i am not happy with the results. we have done many things in the last few days, like an evening picnic under the stars watching Funny Face , there has been more swimming, berry picking, there has been hours spent at the library and cafe. there has been long winded evening visitors and coyotes that sounds like they are working on a Stephen King set (honestly bone chilling). like i  said i do not have much time to write and oh how i wish i did. the kids will go to my brothers this weekend in providence so i will have one and half nights with my k. sans enfant (someone pinch me) before the house fills up with out of town guest. now i must really go for the kids are asking what is for dinner and i do not have an answer:)!

miss you dear readers, how are you?

* pictures taken here at the farm, the cat belongs to Red Comp farm where we  get ours eggs till our hens start laying again and also some photos taken on the property of a new feed store i  have found, and love
* flowers are the wild flowers form our fields.



19 comments:

S. Etole said...

beautiful reflections in the water and the images say summer so well ...

Chelsea said...

Oh I just die a little every time you post (in a good way:). Thanks for sharing your beautiful life with us.

Elizabeth said...

Lovely pictures here! What a beautiful countryside you are in. I'm only just a bit jealous of the wildflowers!

Svet said...

Beautiful surroundings!
Is it ice cream with blueberries?

OLČA said...

really atmospheric photos, one photo with the horse's back is particularly a successful, you have a good eye for capturing the beauty around you, thanks for your blog, Olča

onesilentwinter said...

hi svet,

yes it is vanilla ice cream with blueberries, we have been having that a lot as of late.

Anonymous said...

i live in a neighboring town...your vision has re-awoken me to the absolute beauty to be found here. your photos have reminded me, that it is all how one views it. thank you.

La Tartine Gourmande said...

Love that fence Nadia. Lovely photos of la belle nature. Merci! So what was dinner?

Shokoofeh said...

Beautiful!

the wild magnolia said...

I gather beauty and visions of your journey. Sharing from the places you visit.

Thank you.

PK Studios said...

Lovely lovely lovely as always.. I always feel as if I'm watching a little sweet film of the good ol' days gone by. So nice that you always take the time to smell and pick the flowers : )

Belinda @ Wild Acre said...

Oh, your blog is so beautiful, the pictures of your farm are dreamy...

Thanks so much for leaving a comment on my blog, so I could discover yours, and your lovely world of pretty fences, cold rivers and green hills and chickens!.

avant garde design said...

i'm good! and enjoying reading about your summer in your new spaces ;) enjoy your time sans les enfants!

avant garde design said...

oh, and the photo of the white horse, where you cannot see his head? i LOVE the length you imply with the angle you took in photographing him. his body looks like elongated snowy mountains. really beautiful. just wanted to say.

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

Oh my goodness! Stunning photos, and you are making me long to return to the East. It's been quite a while since I set foot in Vermont.

Yoli said...

What a breat taking blog!! Came here via Maia's suggestion. You did not dissappoint. Vermont is a dream place.

kate said...

oh wow! beautiful photo's!

love that pop of yellow flowers :)

Cannelle Et Vanille said...

hmmm that ice cream... and that fence... swoon.

Kerry O'Gorman said...

Oh, how I know the feeling!! I am just now catching up on things since my nieces left after 3 weeks...do full time mom's have a secret blog agent to write for them?! Your photo montages are utterly stunning...love the way you collect your colours.