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Monday, April 7, 2008


If you haven't had a chance to visti Mary Jane's farm. Don't miss out. Even for us City girls, our hearts can still belong to the old-fashioned, simple, hard-working, loving lifestyle that country living embraces.

What a glorious morning at Mary Jane's

This is what I call camping. A house tent. (You can sleep here at Mary Jane's Farm.)

One of the things that I have come to love about blogging is the opportunity to see the world through so many others' eyes. I may be a city girl at the beach, but my garden and animals provide all the time for reflection, gratitude and peace & quiet a girl could ever want.....until I get the farm.


Miss.Maddie's said...

I would love to spend a weekend in a yurt at Mary Jane's farm.Could you imagine the breakfast; farm fresh eggs, her fantastic organic biscuits, homemade jam... Now that's living!
Thank you so much for popping by for a visit.
From one farm girl at heart to another. Susan

Beverly said...

Karen Eileen...thank you for visiting my blog. I love my goats so much and enjoy sharing their antics....more videos to come! Spring is here and the weather is lots more will be happening on the farm. I hope to pay a visit to MJF next year when she has a farmgirl get together. See you there???

Tracie said...

Oh my gosh, Karen Eileen~
I love this! That is my kind of camping as well. How very lovely, I'm going to check it out right away, ooh, inspiration!

Tracie said...

Had to add:
I'm going to ask my husband to set up a tent like that in our backyard for the hot weekends coming up!
(Ahh, in my dreams...)

Knitting Mania said...

Looks like a wonderful camping spot to me! Love it!

Happy Wednesday--

Sassafras & LuLu said...

oh, I wish I was there in those pictures, wow. I know I have said I am really a princess and everyone forgot or i got displaced or something but really I am a farmgirl princess. yes that is absolutely it, as i love farms and am stuck here in town, but my heart is somewhere w/cowboy (girl) boots and a dress, maybe my sparkles added too, but when I am in the country w/some land around me and trees...that is where I wanna be! (i also would love a goat)
I am dreamin, my kids would love to live like that too! how do we end up here? never too late to dream.
Thanks for the thoughts and photos,

Jen r. said...

Very cool. I would love to go there!
Jen R

FrenchGardenHouse said...

okay, farm girl:) Very the tent. I'm still a ahem, "Hotel" girl though.

xo Lidy

Sassafras & LuLu said...

hey, just found another swap that is filling up quickly!
it is a mermaid swap, get details at:

i have not done one like this before, but sounds fun. I left a comment and also emailed her to be sure. Let me know if you are trying and have any trouble! now, go quick!

PAT said...

This is a great post, with beautiful images! Thank you!


more info: said...

I love your new blog! it is beautiful. I want to be a farmgirl with ya! Ye ha!
Sandy B

Farm Chick Paula said...

Wow- your new blog colors look so pretty!
My farm's not as fancy as Mary Jane's, but you're welcome at my place anytime, kareneileen!

Christine LeFever said...

Hello, Karen Eileen! It was so sweet of you to drop by my blog and as I've been so busy, only this morning am I ready to say thank you.

Your blog is an absolute delight! Yes, Mary Jane's! Oh how beautiful!


Catherine Holman said...

Hi Karen,
Thanks for visiting my blog. I love Mary Jane's Farm. I read her book last year and really loved it. I'll be back to read more of your great blog.

Catherine Holman said...

Hi Karen,
Drop by my blog. I have something for you.

Knitting Mania said...

Oh my, I forgot to mention in my last comment that you're invited to visit my blog and be part of my very first give away in honor of my B-day!

A purse give away, one that I have knitted and felted. Soooo miss Karen if you are interested pop on over and leave a comment to qualify!

Hope to see you there!

Miss Rhea said...

Wow, gorgeous !! How i long for that type of tranquility right now. :) Love your new header !!

wendyhumphreys said...

Hi Karen! this looks like heaven
in the trees! I sooooo would love
to be there.
Thanks for sharing!