...Down a dirt road, past woods and fields sits a humble little farmhouse wearing chippy white paint and a rusty tin roof ~
it's here you'll find me pulling thread and wool through linen and chasing after my kittens…

I love my life and those I share it with….

Welcome to Notforgotten Farm ~

Our shop is located at
3530 Tye River Road
Amherst, VA 24521
434-263-6508
not4got@aol.com
Regular Shop Hours:
most Fridays and Saturdays 10:00 ~ 3:00

Best to Call Ahead PLEASE!!!

Sunday, July 21, 2013

{ Counting my Blessings }

 
I count them everyday ~
my blessings...
 
 
time to spend in my gardens....



friends of the feathered kind


friends of the fur-kind
 
handwork


a gentle and loving husband


a beautiful intellegent daughter
I have so many more blessings to be thankful for ~
mostly for the time you all take to read my postings here...
 
I will be offering a beautiful giveaway soon here on this blog
for you all to partake in ~
in the meantime, I am linking this post to a beautiful blog,
 
 
...go take a look at all of the beautiful, inspiring blogs there...
*warning*
there are hundreds!!!!
 
Lori from
Notforgotten Farm

12 comments:

Melissa said...

A lovely post, Lori, and a great reminder for us to Count our Blessings! Have a great Sunday!

Ann at Beadlework. said...

What a lovely post that applies to each and every one of us. Hope your hand is less swollen today.

Laura said...

As I have told you before, your blog always perks my day up! I too am counting my blessings and one of them is the ability to connect with talented people like you and be inspired by your beautiful photos. Your farm looks so inviting and your words so kind, thanks for all the time and effort you put into your blog so others can remember to connect with nature and be grateful for what we have. Hope our hand is feeling better, I am sitting here recouperating from a knee replacement so I am extra grateful today for being able to "visit" the farm!
Laura

~Backroad Treasures~ said...

Lori what a lovely post, I feel the same with my life... it is wonderful isn't it... hope your hand healing well and youre still able to stitch.... enjoy these warm sunny days....
Hugs
Rhonda

Jonette said...

Beautiful pictures. When I count my blessings, I also include the blessing of having you as a friend who helps inspire me to create and learn new skills.

Saundra said...

Inspirational post and lovely statements about your family and friends of the feather and fur.

Read your previous post earlier this morning just before putting on my support glove on my left hand. As you said, thank goodness I'm right handed but arthritis in the left thumb joint is really giving me a lot of pain. Let's hope we both have healing hands soon.

Saundra

Merry Wind Farm said...

Hi, Lori, what a beautiful and thoughtful post, we indeed need to stop and count our blessings. Sometimes we are so busy that we forget.

Melinda

Barb said...

Thanks for the reminder! I have loved seeing the Grandchildren but also can't wait to get home to my garden! I am blessed!

mariateresa said...

Lori what a lovely post. I love the life into the farm.
Have a nice day
mariateresa

Nancee said...

Love your posts. We're all blessed who read them.
nancee

Barb said...

I am an older-than-you retired and sometimes "alone" person but hooked on stitching. I was introduced to your website by the owners of a local woolen shop for whom I do sample work. I read your blogs daily and uplifted, enlightened , and grounded. Thank you. Just need you to know you're touching lives, not just by what you're doing, but by who you are. ♥

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

A reminder we all need to heed, thank you Lori.

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