Some Confusion..


This double headed sunflower fights over who will look at the sun.


These potatoes are very sure this isn't where they belong, but somehow feel safe.


My house in confused about the way it smells.
Lavender to the left...


Bags of garlic to the right.


My quinoa is ready - I think.  Damned if I know to be honest.


Who are you, and where did you come from!


The only thing I know for sure, my Toms are fabulous.
Yes, they do sparkle.

21 comments:

Vintage Home said...

...Love it!...such images to warm the heart!......& cute shoes to boot!

Vintage Simple said...

Shoes that sparkle?? Bloody brilliant!

xoox,
-maria

ps: TOMS logo reminds me of Argentina's flag, by the way. Another brilliant move, if I may say so myself. :)

hatjunkie said...

Looks like a beautiful mixed up world. Better to just go with it.

marian said...

Hey! I had one of those doubleheaded tulips last spring!
So this is how quinoa looks before it's packaged!
I so wish I had a farm like yours.
Lots of work certainly but all those fresh fruits and vegetables, what a delight!

Ana Degenaar said...

Smitten with the photos!

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flwrjane said...

Delightful confusion!

Firefly Hill said...

Love it all! I wish I could grow things like you!

jan said...

Oh so fun, I love confusion!

Bringing Pretty Back said...

I just discovered your blog and I am in love! It is wonderful! I'm your newest follower.
I am off to look at Toms shoes.
Have a pretty day!
Kristin

Lady Grey said...

Oh this post makes me happy. I love the way you write! The princess potatoes are hilarious! And how courageous of you to grow your own quinoa, do let us know how it turns out!
oxo

Pinecone Camp said...

Confusing is right! Happy to see you've got your Toms...aren't they comfy?

koralee said...

So beautiful...now I am talking about those Toms {but really everything over in your world is lovely}

So sorry I have not visited you at your farm...my daughter has been blueberry picking here everyday and I can not convince her to help me pick at another farm on her weekends off...oh how she hates these little round blue globes! xooxoxo

Southern Lady said...

Love the pictures. Cool perspectives!

Fräulein Klein said...

Hello,
your blog is so beautiful! I love your images!!!!
Have a wonderful weekend,
Yvonne

myletterstoemily said...

what a fascinating place! potatoes in
shoes . . . sparkly toms? is your name
alice?

c and d said...

i want some toms too! i'm hoping to come see you before the farm closes! i'll email you..

Stay at home Mama and future farmer. said...

New to your blog, I've been catching up since the beginning - absolutely love it! You've inspired me to start my own blog because I moved to a farm with my husband (I'm a city girl) and I'm going to turn it into a pumpkin patch. http://thepumpkinbarn.blogspot.com/

Just wondering, how did Midge get her nickname?

Have a great weekend,
Stephanie

C.J. said...

just became a follower thanks for the lovely photos!

A House and Home said...

I have been secretly coveting my 3 year old niece's sparkly shoes lately...!

Gigi said...

Your Toms are, indeed, fabulous, and I love the images of your garden bounty! Just read about that awful fly infestation. Best of luck to you with it! I hope the chickens and ducks help!