2019 · family · Farm · wheat

Farm Kids

Farm kids get a unique perspective on life I think. I have raised a couple kids off the farm and now one on the farm. Part of my childhood was spent on a farm while my husband’s entire life has been.

Although our daughter may not run her own farm someday or work in agriculture, I know that growing up in agriculture will benefit her as a human.

It teaches a million different things on any given day. It takes patience and endurance. It’s a marathon not a sprint. There are losses and there are wins.

It’s all about the outlook, determination, guidance and strength within you and your community. It’s about trusting God and putting your best foot forward, like her Dad does every day.

I wrote this post for our social media platforms. It’s was one O am proud of so wanted to include it here on the blog. So it ends up in our printed book.

Julie

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