Saturday, February 5, 2011

2/5/11 - Clear Skies = Frosty Mornings

It is true, the wonderful clear skies we have been enjoying make for some frosty mornings. This is a picture of what our windshield looked like when we stumbled downstairs this morning to head to work.


I can not comprehend the detail and pattern that surrounds us everyday. The Lord is truly creative and blesses us with the creativity. All we have to do is look around.

~Christina...who wishes she were more creative

Friday, February 4, 2011

2/4/11 - Good Evening

Yesterday it was sunrise, today it is sunset.

After a long day at work I run by the store to see my wonderful husband. Quick picture in the rearview mirror demonstrates what the end of the working day looks like for us.

~Christina...who is not fond of Fridays but does enjoy sunsets

2/2/11- Clearing Snow Farm Style

Around the Ellis Family Farms when snow falls, which is very often, Mom clears it out with an awesome snowblower mounted behind the tractor. Shovels just don't cut the mustard around here...still getting used to that myself.

~Christina...who grew up with a shovel

Thursday, February 3, 2011

2/3/11 - Good Morning

There are a lot of stories and images and moments that haven't made it to the blog. I'm working on a few of them but before I get any further behind...

This morning I woke up on the farm. I spent the blizzard at Grandma Ellis' and when I got ready to roll this morning the sun was rising over the orchard. It was SO awesome. Had to snap a few before heading to work.

~Christina...who is in LOVE with the fact that the sun was up before I went to work

Thursday, January 20, 2011

New Website!!!

We have a new website! How much fun is that?

I will warn you that it is still very much in the construction phase but go check it out...

~Christina...who hopes this site will be a fabulous as she is imagining!

Monday, November 29, 2010

11/21/10 - Talking to the birds

I like this picture.
the end.

11/20/10 - A toast

At the end of a long season it is a tradition to have a party with everyone who worked markets. This year mom had all of the hard workers come to the farm and served dinner there. No end of the season party would be complete though without a toast.

~Christina...who takes pictures instead of toasting