Thursday, December 27, 2007

What's In Your New Year ?

Sage Hill Farms has grown , we have been blessed with "customers" and "accounts" that have become regulars.
To you all, we are deeply grateful.
Change must come when growth happens, it is a good thing, and for that we are grateful.
Gratitude is a big and important part of our life at Sage Hill.
The pleasure that comes from looking out over fields of green pasture, high and rugged ridges just in the distant view, and watching the wild deer, turkey, and the many species of birds that dart in and out looking for a quick meal is all reason enough to know that gratitude is just a small way to give back.
We will pledge once again to keep our land free of chemicals, fertilizers, and other nasty things that bring illness and negative rewards to the final results.
This is the time to start planning the spring gardens....oh, what a pleasure it is to sit and sketch, think, and design, all the many ways to play with the land. Ideas that can be brought to full view, ideas that will make yet another lovely spot to work, admire, and share.
So, come along with us and be a part of planning something new for the spring project....yes, you can do that, just send me a note about any idea you have and I'll add it to my list of ideas and who knows just where it may lead.
I love having friends in the garden with me!
December has been Divine, and it isn't over yet.
In gratitude..
Bea Kunz


Sandi said...

Hi Bea,
I love this post. You certainly tell about planning for the coming year. In the fall, the land lays resting for the coming Spring and then in the Spring it blossoms. I know I love to watch how the farm grounds progress.

Best Wishes for the coming year.

Sandra Justice

BeaK. said...

Thank you Sandra,

Some people think I'm a bit strange because I love the winter look of the gardens and the land.

I can see past the dead and the dull and see the sleeping beauty that lies just underneath the winter blanket of snow, ice, or whatever we might end up with.

Nothing prettier than bare trees with little ice drops hanging from the branches.

Thanks so for visiting.

Bea Kunz

Kelley said...

Hi Bea,
From another "farm girl", I enjoyed my visit to your blog. We were blessed with our harvest here on our farm in Ohio and now over the winter the land (and the farmer) :) rest to get ready for spring planting.
Enjoy your New Year's Holiday! ~Kelley

BeaK. said...

Hi Kelley,

I also enjoyed visiting your blog and reading all about your wonderful "wine" business.

Don't you just love the country life? It just gets better and better.

The best of 2008 to you and yours.

Bea Kunz

greeny said...

Happy New Year Bea. Best wishes too.
I enjoyed this post. It was very serene and touched me.

BeaK. said...

Thank you greeny,

That's the best compliment I could wish for.

Thank you for visiting.

Happy New Year!

Bea Kunz

Heidi said...

No icicles here yet, don't know if we'll get any, only if an ice storm hits and those are nasty. I have one red leaf still clinging to my bradford pear, but I can also see new buds starting for form on the trees and bushes. Love your post about planning ahead.