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I'm a fashion designer who fell in love with a cattle rancher from Venezuela and for the first years of my marriage, I lived in South America. Now I'm back in the US but we're on a ranch in the middle of nowhere and blogging has become a great outlet for me to feel part of the world, though I'm surrounded by 4-legged livestock at every turn!
What is your blogging philosophy?
I have created a habit of blogging everyday, just like exercise (yeh, right like I exercise everyday)... My husband would probably think I 'give away the farm' with how honest and forthright I am with my blog writing, but I think its important to be real and my readers really appreciate it! I don't have a 'philosophy', I just write in a very stream of consciousness manner that helps me get things off my chest and that others (hopefully) can relate to. My "ranch chronicles" always guarantee a laugh and I like to mix it up, if I write something heavy and thought-provoking, the next day its light and funny. Keep it interesting!
I have been blogging since...
it seems like forever...
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Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time. I just love this site. The women are so embracing and I hope you are enjoying your experience as much as I am.
It is nice to find a fellow farm blogger! I am a mom blogger from a small farm in south Georgia. I look forward to reading your blog and if you would like to visit my blog is www.lifeonmuddywaterfarm.com. What type of cattle do you raise?
Next month we will begin "Tractor Tuesday's" featuring a giveaway from kubota tractor.
Just wanted to say a quick hello.
We don't have any ranches here in CT. (At least none that I know of.)
I believe there can be isolation, no matter where you live so I hope your blog helps you feel connected. Moms rock and so do Mompreneurs.
Well, alot of it will be how you look at things - they may not be funny at the time, but after the fact (with a sigh of relief) they can be - so good on you for sharing them and letting people know how the other half live!
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