This blog post is not meant to make anyone feel bad nor is it a list of complaints about this line of work we have chosen, but rather observations I have had over the years. What are your thoughts? There seems to be, at least in some circles, a movement towards buying local. People are looking for and hoping to find local sources for their food. I believe this was already happening, and then, out of a fear of scarcity, it was expedited in some ways by COVID19. As a small f
Disclaimer: For those of you who know me well, know I
preface things far too much. It’s a
character flaw, I’m aware. But we live
in a world where we jump to conclusions when people state opinions – if I say I
like chocolate ice-cream than of course, logically, that means I HATE vanilla…WRONG! This is not how I feel at all, ESPECIALLY
around the topic of parenting. Everyone must
pick what’s best for their family and their child AND respect others’ choices
as well. Just b
Wow! I was working ahead and started drafting this
blog LAST week to be able to post on Sunday.
I wasn’t even waiting till the last minute! (My mom would be so proud.) But as I began to
write, I kept going down rabbit holes I didn’t want to go down. As I continued to write, edit, delete, and
write again, I have settled on the following.
There are many topics to elaborate on that will come from this blog over
time, but my hope and intention is just to give an overview of