Friday, December 9, 2016

You Might Live in a Farm House if...

We came home from the farm today and Jeff said "You might live in a farmhouse if..."

There's tools from doctoring cows in the kitchen (I'll spare ya the exact details or phrase he used.) 

To which I added - There's muddy boots laying around 
Or cattle cubes are the only Black Friday Christmas shopping you do and random pieces find their way to jacket pockets and eventually make it to the bar in the kitchen! 
Yep, true story - the donkeys like to eat  cubes out of my hand, so I had a few in my pocket for them and one made its way home and on the bar! 
And sweet little baby calves make you happy!
We've been patiently waiting for a few cows to have babies this year. Recently I reminded them that my birthday was coming and they should give my a baby for my birthday! Well, this little shuga love came this week and he's such a cutie! Wouldn't you agree?!?


Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Dear Santa...

Dear Santa,
I really, really, really need a turquoise or red vintage truck to pull my glamper.
I promise, I've been a good girl this year.

 The crown is optional on the truck, but we would be sure have fun junkin' and glamping with a crown on our truck...


 Red truck...

 turquoise truck, I won't be picky...

flannel and lace shirts

If you can't wrap it up, that's ok,


you can just park it by Miss Gussie and we will both be so happy. 

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!
Love,
Janice and Miss Gussie


P.S. All the above items are available in my shop and you can use coupon code HAPPYGLAMPING to save $5 off a $20 or more purchase. Same or next business day shipping on all ready made items and I can include a gift note, if you want it shipped directly to the recipient. 
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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Christmas, Churches, Back Roads, and Old Barns


I love living and working on the rural route, the backroads, the Farm to Market roads, the small communities... 

This week, my adventures (work) have taken me to several small communities on the rural route and I carried my camera with me to capture some of the fall foliage along the way. 

Country road take me home - Monday version... 


Tuesday afternoon, I headed back out again - 


I delivered Christmas flowers to the Perryville Cemetery. In all my years in the floral business, I had never been in this cemetery. 

Cemetery vases and saddles were placed for the holidays. 


I've passed this church many times, but never stopped to take a picture. Since I was at the cemetery next to it, I walked to the church to finally take a picture! 
My schedule was quite for the rest of the afternoon, so I wandered home slowly, stopping to take lots of pictures. 





Wednesday adventures had me 12 foot high, decorating western Christmas trees! 
Tip: When decorating a tall tree by yourself, confiscate an Easter bucket from the decor closet, load it with an assortment of ornaments, before going up the ladder! You'll be glad you didn't have to go up and down the ladder 1,567,384 times! 

Thankful for friends and customers who ask me to create arrangements and decorate their homes for Christmas! 
I've been by the Glade Creek church before, but decided to take a picture of it, on my way back to town. I love the old churches and fall foliage! 
I passed this barn and had to turn around and go back for a picture! 
Hmmm, now I wonder where we will wander tomorrow?!? It's Thursday, so that means we will be Gone Junkin' with Angea! No telling where the road will lead us or what we'll find!