Wish I Were a Farmer

As I plan out my day of things to get done, I realize I am going, going, going from early morning hours until after the kids have gone to bed and I am struggling to keep my eyes open. And while I have thought of several blogs in my head that I could post, I have not found the time to actually 'blog' them.

Seeing my husband's latest work of art, (and also going with my son on a fieldtrip to an organic farm yesterday), makes me wish I were a farmer. Some people would disagree and say, "but then you have to wake up at the crack of dawn." Since I currently wake up at 5:00 a.m., which to me is the crack of dawn, I naturally started to compare the pros and cons of being a farmer.....okay, maybe just the pros. Instead of waking up extremely early to sit in front of a computer, typing speedily away at doctor's clinic notes, hoping to find some time for some physical exercise, I would be able to go outside for most of the day and enjoy nature with the bonus of physical exercise, a sun tan, and growing our own food. Sounds good to me. :)

With that thought in mind, click below to see Bryan's latest image he created for XanGo's Go Magazine:

Bryan's new image


carly said...

i like that idea...being a farmer. it sounds kind of fun. plus, i think all our boys (husbands included) would like that idea!

anelieze said...

Hey, Tami! I saw your post the day you posted it and I thought I had left a comment...my memory is failing me already :)

I think Bryan's work is jaw-dropping amazing. I really admire him! Thanks for sharing his recent work.

See you soon! Hey, are you going to see New Moon? I'm having a New Moon party on November 21. I had some trouble sending out my invitations--well, my printer kind of messed them up--so I think I'll send out the rest electronically. I'll email it to you.
Let me know if you can make it!

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