Picking Up Sticks & Great Helpers

Our family is very dear to us. We love when they visit our New O’Hana Farm. Our youngest daughter visited with three of our grandkids, and when they saw my wagon, they could not wait to help Mamaw.

Our daughter went to help her dad with the goat fencing. I felt proud to show off my new wagon my husband assembled for me. Who knew I would jump up and down in excitement to load my new green wagon with sticks, leaves, acorns, and debris?!!

This will a safe haven for our goats. They will be so much fun to watch. They are so playful and all twelve of our grandkids can help care for and raise them.
Daisy, our loving English Bulldog, was hoping this was my last trip to the stick pile. Her Blue Heeler sister, Oreo, was still FULL OF ENERGY after three hours of outdoor exploring!
What a Special Blessing Oreo is! We bought Daisy first, and for three days she was sad because she had left her birth home. Then, a spunky, always happy, Sissy, named Oreo, arrived and pulled Daisy out of her quiet shell 🙂
We have a ton of trees on our property. Thus, a lot of old leaves, acorn, and limbs! I am excited to see them budding new leaves. Spring will be a beautiful display. Our first Spring on the farm.

We still have a lot of limbs that need to be gathered. Buildings that need to be painted. One step at a time. All the work will be there. It is exhausting, but rewarding to see a finished project. :)Jen

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