Welcome! I’m Teresa, the hen in a farmhouse nest. I was born in Canada and am now a US Citizen. I inhabit a wonky farmhouse with my husband, Brian, our dogs and parrots and a miniature pig. We also care for alpacas, ducks, chickens, a pair of geese, rabbits, goats, and a couple of barn cats.
Jane Austin once wrote, “There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort”. I have to agree. While I often daydream of visiting far off places, my heart longs to be at home. Whether I’m inside or outside, I can find plenty to keep me busy and content. I enjoy the French country decorating style, renovating (as time and budget allow), gardening, reading, creating, and blogging.
I hope to inspire you with simple farm living as we renovate and decorate our wonky farmhouse.
- barn quilt
- Barn Quilt Trail
- bee hive
- bee keeping
- Benjamin Moore
- miniature pig
- Queen bee
- Sherwin Williams
- vegetable gardening
Wisconsin State Bird – American Robin
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Welcome to Random Foto Friday where I share moments from around the farm this week. It’s been an exciting week with warm, sunny weather over last weekend and into the earlier part of this week. Brian and I got a … Continue reading
Welcome to Random Foto Friday where I share some of my favorite moments from around the farm this week. As luck would have it (or not), Brian was home today and snapped a few fotos of me in my finest … Continue reading
We’re finally here. The first day of spring! It’s a chilly one today with the wind blowing at 6mph from the north. You wouldn’t think it would make that much difference at that speed, but it does. Brrrrrr . . … Continue reading
Welcome to Random Foto Friday from moments around the farm this week. These fotos were taken with my new cell phone, some of which I uploaded to Instagram . . . which I am having a ball with! It’s so much … Continue reading
I’m feeling extremely grateful this morning that I have the opportunity to live my life on a farm. This farm is a dream come true for us. We don’t take it for granted. Yes, sometimes it’s hard to get out … Continue reading