A Day On The Farm- If Only

The farm is starting to get busy. I am excited but also tired. For those of you that don’t know- I, Felicia, have a sleep disorder call narcolepsy. At it’s very basic form narcolepsy is a disorder/disease that makes it hard for my body to sleep/rest properly. I like to tell people imagine a carContinue reading “A Day On The Farm- If Only”

A Day on the Farm- Learning to Lead

Well, it’s the end of the day here and I am taking the time to write this blog post before I grain. Yes, I know I am going to be graining late but the horses will have something to eat later on in the evening. Today was a HUGE day for miss Lark. She wasContinue reading “A Day on the Farm- Learning to Lead”

A Day on the Farm- The Grind

Welcome to Spring! Today it is raining but that is good for the soil and good for the grass! This will hopefully set us up for an early first cut of hay which would help reduce costs of the farm. Growing up I never really paid attention to how much the weather impacted the agriculturalContinue reading “A Day on the Farm- The Grind”

Book Blog

Writing on this blog has been to help me clear the clutter in my mind and to get back into the practice of writing. As such, I’ve decided to create a new website/blog for a series of books I am about to write. I hope to publish the books/ find an agent for the booksContinue reading “Book Blog”

A Day On The Farm-Waiting

I am impatient by nature. It seems I’ve become both more and less patient since owning a farm. It’s funny, because do I actually own a farm or do I run the farm? I lease the land but own the business. What is the correct term for this situation? As I sit here on aContinue reading “A Day On The Farm-Waiting”

A Day At The Farm- Intentions

Isn’t it funny that I started this blog post yesterday with the intention to write it yesterday. It is hard to write a post about intentions when my mind can barely focus on everything that is going on. So, this post will be a whole bunch of photos. Because I want to write; I haveContinue reading “A Day At The Farm- Intentions”

A Day on the farm-exhaustion

It’s been two days since I wrote a post. I meant to write one yesterday but I was busy. It started off with a new horse busting a fence board and having to chase him around and get him in a paddock. I’ll post about him in the next few days. Then a neighbor stoppedContinue reading “A Day on the farm-exhaustion”

A Day on the Farm- Sunny

Farming life is a 24/7/365. It isn’t for the faint of heart, but you know that. Having this type of life is a long term commitment, but you know that as well. So, the question is, why? Why do I do this? Well, that is a good question. A question that I often ask myselfContinue reading “A Day on the Farm- Sunny”

The virus, the farm & life

From the archives of my drafts. Originally written April 15th,2020 I have about ten different ways I wanted to start this post. All of them lack something. These days it is hard trying to establish a direction. It seems that I am stuck between ideas/plans/directions. The pandemic definitely came at bad time but when isContinue reading “The virus, the farm & life”

Leaping Into Spring

I don’t know about you but all of this talk about quarantine and social distancing is depressing! Luckily, here at Hidden Meadow, we offer private and semi private riding lessons. Our aim is to make sure people get to enjoy nature during all seasons! Horse riding is a great way to have fun while stickingContinue reading “Leaping Into Spring”