Friday, October 2, 2015

October Goals and a Cute Chicken Update!

It's a new season and with new seasons come new beginnings! I haven't joined a blog link-up in a while, but times are a changin'.

My goals for this month are quite simple..
  ☾ Take summer plants out of garden and prepare for garlic and onion planting.

Post at least 1 blog post a week. (I really really need to get back into blogging.)
Apply for two new farmers markets/craft shows.
Buckle down and market SK daily online, again.
☾ Start marketing farm more - sell more seeds/focus on WitLift.
☆ Take a further leap of faith and actually start letting people know about my future CSA GoFundMe.. I don't know why I'm so nervous about it, maybe the fact I hate asking for money, but it's to ultimately serve my community and I need some help getting there, still though. ahhhh
Get everything set up with the city for our new house--most important one.


Okay, are you ready to see something super cute?
How adorable is she? This fabulous babe is a Polish Barred Rock chick and her name is Nefertari. Don't you just love her hair? (They're actually feathers.)


  1. Oh my gosh, Nefertari is so gorgeous! I love that you have an organic farm!

  2. Yes, spread the word! We need more CSAs! I'm always on the lookout for a good one that relies solely on local farmers (sadly, most of the ones in Seattle area get their produce from California growers, which bothers me). Sounds like it'll be a busy month- best of luck with it all!

    1. All the markets are like that! I had someone choose one of [their] rutabagas for me at our local farmer's market and I wasn't paying that much attention to detail.. When I got home there was a produce sticker on it showing it's birth place to be Canada, which is fine, but don't tell advertise that it's local.

  3. Thank you for stopping by my little blog home and introducing yourself. I am falling in love with your site. Our gardening flopped big time this Summer. Our first major failure. You have a great goal list and cannot not wait to get to know you better.