Down a dirt road, past fields and deep woods ~
stands a humble little farmhouse wearing chippy white paint and a rusty tin roof...
it's here at our beloved Notforgotten Farm that you will find us...chasing our kittens, puttering in the herb gardens, or talking to the trees.

Our Needlework Shop & Studio
is located here at our farm:
3530 Tye River Road
Amherst, Virginia 24521
ph. 434-263-6508
email ~

Due to Covid-19 Health restrictions, the Shop & Studio at Notforgotten Farm is CLOSED until further notice...

Our ETSY Shop is Always Open!
visit our Etsy Shop by clicking on any one of the thumbnail photos below or going to

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Welcome Little Stranger...

So very nice to meet you!
...we've been waiting a long time for you,

and finally you're here!
This is our FIRST-ever
PEACOCK baby!!!!
and he (she?) is HUGE!!!
( I will call him a 'he' until knowing otherwise)
yes, as small as he looks in my hubby's safe hands,
he is humongous compaired to our 'regular' babies...chickens, that is.
If his coloring is any clue now as to what it will be
when he is older,
he will be a
and an adult, white male peacock looks like
lace when he opens up his tail...
just beautiful.
so, there you have it...
our first...
we have 5 more eggs in the incubator,
so I'll keep you posted on the 'arrivals'...
on another note,
Robin & I wen to Roanoke, VA yesterday...
I had received a phone call from a woman that
said her Mom had passed away in December,
and that she was an avid rug hooker...this woman was honoring her Mom's last wish to donate ALL
of her rug hooking 'stuff '
to a teacher...and she picked
I brought home
rubbermaid totes FULL of wool, loads of patterns on linen & burlap,
a frame and a bliss cutter!
(and I haven't even unpacked the car yet, that was just what we saw when we got there.
I will unpack today & tomorrow, and share pics of the goodies then...
I am truly blessed to have been chosen by this wonderful woman who loved her Mom so much...
Wishing everyone a Safe, Happy & FUN
Memorial Day...
please remember our heroes...

Blessings from the Farm,

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