As my husband and I were briefly talking this evening- in the quiet of only the lulling sounds of the children stirring in their sleep, and the crackling of our wood stove - we reflected upon this little cereal venture we are undertaking and the blessing of all of the people who have stopped to say hello and drop a line. Our intention is to share what we believe to be wholesome, nourishing cereal with others out there, but in the midst of doing that, we realize, we can't make "cereal for everyone". So we will muse on our thoughts, our happenings, our failures, successes, trials and triumphs and hope here and there, that others too will share in this journey with us, while allowing us to make "cereal for some".
Keep saying hi, keep writing notes, and check out our new sampler pack if you want to try our cereal.
On a final note for this evening. The last post mentioned my son's 4-H speech competition. He did wonderfully today, proudly hanging up a red ribbon above his bed before retiring for the night.. From his heart he spoke about what he believes to be true- returning to the farm for good food, not the middle of the grocery store aisles. Yes, that is not realistic immediately for some, but slowly, changes can be made- allowing food to be nourishment instead of depletion.
We left the 4-H meeting today being asked by one family if they could come to our home for dinner because"they wanted to eat our country food".
God bless and good night for now.
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A Little Bit About Me
Once a big city dweller, now out in the hills and hollows of middle Tennessee. A child of the sovereign God, a wife to my best friend and incredibly loving man of God, and a humble servant to the Lord being given five of His children to raise, nurture, teach, love, and care for. Besides the Lord, my husband, and family, my loves are a good book, a good meal with friends, Sunday church and fellowship, and writing.