NINE!!!!! How does that happen?
We celebrated with pancakes and prezzies and a tea party dinner. The real party is coming soon tho, the new countdown is on.
Do you think wanting to have another baby just so I can cover it in hand knits is a legitimate reason?? The farmer boy doesn't. I think I'm going to have to take a break from new born knits for a while....
This bonnet is for the Chooky soon-to-be baby and is ravelled here.
Rita Hodge is the winner of my Suzy Hausfrau giveaway!!!!!
Hooray for Rita!!!!
Email me your postal details and we'll get that gorgeous wool to you asap.
Hugest thank you to Renae for the generous and gorgeous prize. xx
Watch this space because I have another woolly giveaway coming up very soon.
Joel Salatin, that lunatic farmer himself, is coming back to Melbourne.
One of the highlights of this trip will be Joel's conversation with our buddy Rohan Anderson. According to the website - The pair will discuss Joel's radical farming methods - which have revolutionised the way thousands think about animals, produce and life.
I'm certain it's going to be an unbelievably interesting and incredibly inspiring evening.
If you are around Melbourne on the 23rd of this month. If you are interested in where and how your food is grown. If you want to know more about what's going on in the big wide world of food production and politics, then this one's for you. Book it in, the details are here.
The photos above are from when Joel visited our farm a few years ago to have a look around and a chat with us about what we're doing here. Joel was an enormous inspiration for us starting this farm all those years ago. He and his books gave us permission to break the traditional farming rules and farm in a way that made a lot more sense to us. I have to say, that visit was definitely a highlight of our Daylesford Organics journey.
Bloom Where You are Planted.
And the eighth is that after a very long break, we will be back at a farmer's market this weekend. Yep, Daylesford Organics will be selling certified organic - free range eggs, at the Collingwood Children's Farm this Saturday. Yay!!
We are super excited to be back in town.
If you are in Melbourne, why don't you come down and say hi, pick up some of the best and freshest produce around and make a lovely morning of it. We'd love to see you.
So that about wraps it up for me.
How about you?
Do you have anything to tell me?
Come on, I bet you do.
I can't wait to hear.