Hidy ho, how would you be today?
So, I’ve been missing in action on here for a bit, I’ve been integrating some changes in my life and experiencing them I guess would be the best way of describing it.
It’s been a really big couple of months for me and then the farm has been super busy too, it’s been planting time. So the hours have been crazy for my hubby and eldest daughter as well as all the workers we have on farm.
For me, I committed to a year long program with a beautiful lady named Katie O’Malley who is based in Bali. The course is called Intuitive Healing and we did our first module in March, so I have been integrating this and things have been building leading up to the second module which was just the other weekend. It has been an incredible journey so far….and we’re only half way through the year.
I am blessed for our planting time because we employ a family member to help out with meals, so I don’t cook for workers during this time and I do feel very blessed for this. This means I am able to get on with more of my office work for the farm and then I am also able to run around after our kids without any hassles as well as do things for me.
We have had an awesome guy named Ben Crosthwaite around on the farm this season taking some pictures, and they’re fantastic, I want to share some of them here for you to see some of what it’s like out in the paddock.
I was chatting with a friend the other day and she was talking about my blog, I admitted to her that I’ve not been on here feeling a bit guilty and she encouraged me to get back on, so I hope this is yet another beginning, and I do truly hope I get the hang of this as I come and go with life. I do tend to go into hibernation and then struggle to come out of it fully.
Thank you to all the new readers that have been here and new followers too, it amazes me that you’re around and visiting even though I’ve not been active and even when I have I don’t really feel as though what I do say has much importance. So thank you 🙏🏻
I will endeavour to be back soon, till then take care
photo credits Jemma Kitto and Ben Crosthwaite