Musings of an everyday woman . . .

Reflections on living and loving life . . .

About Everyday Woman July 20, 2008

I’m a mother, teacher, student, wife (probably in that priority order right now), who’s pretty much in love with the world and the people in it, working hard and not playing hardly enough. (My 19-year-old son just added “crazy woman,” to the list and said the first two items (mother and teacher) should really be reversed to be true to life and I’m afraid he’s possibly right!) I’m inspired by my daughter, who’s a Biology/Environmental Science teacher and who recently introduced me to the whole idea of “living green.”  I realize now that I really green up “green,” before it was the socially conscious thing to do and I pretty much dubbed my parents lifestyle as “living cheap.”  I do feel passionately about alot of things–environmetally and otherwise– and when I started to post too many comments to my daughter’s “Farmer’s Daughter” site she told me it was time to get a blog of my own, so here goes . . .  Oh, I’m the Farmer’s Daughter’s Mother, but I’m also a Farmer’s Wife and a Farmer’s Daughter, too!

Ohhhhh, I really must update this!  As of March 12, 2010, I’m also a grandmother, so now I can add that to my list!  You’ll be hearing much more about the “apple of my eye,” grandbabyboy Joshua!

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7 Responses to “About Everyday Woman”

  1. Ernestine Says:

    I found your blog after reading Aisling’s this morning. What a wonderful lifestyle you have.
    I miss my country home. One year ago built a smaller home in the city to be near children and grandchildren. A big adjustment. I will be checking in often.
    Have a great day.

  2. Ernestine,
    Thanks so much for your kind comments! I’m sure the move was worth it to be near children and grandchildren!

  3. Hi. Love your blog and your farm. We enjoyed a fantastic Lemon Merangue pie a couple of months ago. I want everyone to know what a fantastic teacher you are..Andrew was in your 2nd grade class and now he will be a freshman at Hand in the Fall. I can’t believe it. You rank as one of his all time favorite teachers. Have fun with your blog and I’ll “see” you on Twitter or right here!

    Lisa – twitter/lisakennally

  4. Lisa~

    Thanks SO much for your kind comment! I remember Andrew fondly and wish him all the BEST in high school! I know he’ll make the most of every minute there! Please give him my best!

    It’s great to reconnect with you; technology is amazing, isn’t it? I’ve already checked out your website too; you’ve got some great stuff!

    I think some “old” addresses on my AOL account may have been reactivated when I started Twittering; hope you don’t mind!

    Hugs,
    Ruth

  5. You have a wonderful sense of humor. I am cracking up laughing.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog today 🙂

    happy day!
    ~marcia

  6. Nancy Lappie Says:

    I am enjoying your daily pics and just discovered your blog. Wow, your life seems so complete. How lucky you are. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Nancy,

    You are so sweet! Thanks for coming by! Our grandbaby sure has completed our family circle, bringing us so much joy!

    Sometimes, I have a hard time just keeping “my head above water” so to speak, and am hoping to give my blog some more attention with this Project 365.

    Just discovered your website, too! Love it! All the best in your new home!

    Hugs,
    Ruth


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