I’m sitting on the sofa, still wearing my pyjamas. Hairs not been brushed nor my teeth for that matter. Believe it or not though, I have been run of my bloody feet all morning.
This day last week the people of Inishowen where awakened with heartache, despair and disbelief.
From the mass destruction, wreckage and carnage the storm the night before had caused.
Some days I wonder should I go back to work. Believe it or not but looking after 3 kids all day is a hard job, I think maybe going to work all day would be easier. Chatting to people and being called Jade rather than MAMMY!! Then I think Jesus nah woman you’re wrecked enough never mind getting up early to head out the door, pack the kids and stand at a shop all day dreaming of home time. Only to come and do it all anyway.
I have shown people that follow my social sites what todays post is all about already, as I do a lot of quick posts on social media like Facebook, Instagram & Snapchat daily for the Farmer’s wife. As quite frankly I don’t have the spare hours every day to write a blog, so quick snaps here & there keeps my followers in the loop of everyday life.
Back in April I decided seeing as it’s our first summer in the country and on the farm that I would take on my own kinda farmer role.
The kid’s are off for summer this weekend which means two thing’s
A. Long lazy morning’s
B. Bored children (stressed out mum)
I decided this year I would have the kids write down a list of things they would absolutely love to do this summer. A bucket list!
It was our wedding anniversary yesterday, we celebrated our second year as Mr & Mrs, although we’ve been a couple a lot longer, time does fly. Today as I was driving the kids to school, I started thinking how I married Gavin two years ago as just Gavin, since moving to the farm I found myself married to a farmer. Sounds silly as he’s always been a farmer but we have never lived on a farm, so I thought I’d list out what it’s really, really like being married to a farmer so far that I know. I have a wee list of ten real life situations, give me another ten years and I’m sure that list will grow. Continue reading