I was asked by one individual what the motivation for these posts were. From a farm promotion perspective, I suppose having a consistent series does serve as a reminder to those who might patronize us that we are still here, though it likely won't do a thing to encourage a specific sale. But, that's not really the motivation behind this.
In the end, the motivation comes from two places:
1. The need to be creative and see humor and value in everyday life.
2. The need to remind those who care about the farm (and the farmers and the Farm Supervisors) that we are real people (and cats) who are just trying to muddle along as best we can like everyone else. And, in that process, a little support along the way is always appreciated. Just as we are willing to lend support when others need it.
Pre-amble now complete, we bring you more of
What It Looks Like When
|This is what it looks like when you want the farmer to think he's just run over you with a tractor!|
|This is what it looks like when you will do whatever it takes to get your "alone time."|
|This is what it looks like when the entire team put forth their best effort and have nothing left to give.|
|This is what it looks like when the shoulder angel says, "Be polite and say hello" and the shoulder devil says, "Go back to sleep!"|
For those who have interest: Here is the first in the series of the What it Looks Like When blog posts.