Farm Life :: A Summer & Fall Recap :: Iowa

This harvest was a big learning curve for this small-town girl. I learned about harvesting and attempted to learn to drive a tractor. We got two cats, Forte and Staccato. As you might be able to guess, Forte is loud and likes to talk. Staccato, on the other hand, is a quiet little miss and doesn’t like to have her picture taken.

Only a few short months after that, we added a Pup into our little fam bam. Named after one of my favorite characters from NCIS, Ziva is a 7 month old mutt. She’s a mix of Husky, Heeler, Mastiff and Rottweiler, but looks mostly like a Rottweiler.

I gave up the idea of decorating for summer in September and skipped straight to Fall. I love craft projects and making them is my favorite.

By October, harvest was in full swing. I learned a lot more about farm wifing and I hope I never underestimate a farmer again in my life. They are by. far. the most hardworking people and I’m thankful to be married to such a hard worker.

Random things in our house gotten at:

“Home” Rug that our dog chewed up: Target

Ceramic French Press: Target

Letterboard: Target *They don’t have the same one anymore… I got it on 75% clearance. This one is close though*

Candles: Anthropologie

Coffee Table, Chevron Quilt, Blanket Ladder: Made by either Matthew or I.

Blankets: Brown plaid from Anthropologie and the Blue one from a South African market


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