Archive for the ‘Wayward Lane Farm’ Category

September 30th, 2013 , Posted in Bella, Lilly, my family, Personal, Wayward Lane Farm

My sweet girls. The light was so beautiful the other night that that I couldn’t resist taking them into the front yard for a quick shoot. I’m in love with the photographs I came away with.



Both of these were edited with my new Daydream action set.

Wayward Lane Farm CSA Share

June 17th, 2013 , Posted in Farm, Wayward Lane Farm

We’re on week 4 of our CSA shares. This is our second year offering farm shares and it’s such a great way for people to get fresh produce weekly and for us to sell the vegetables we work like crazy to grow.

The growing conditions this year are completely opposite of last year’s. We were entering a severe drought last year and this year we’ve quite a bit of rain…almost the perfect amount. Most vegetables like about 1 inch per week and we’ve had that nearly all spring. The spring vegetables that withered in the heat last year are flourishing this year. Of course last season was a bumper crop for tomatoes, peppers, okra so who knows how those will do this year. Each year of farming is never the same and always keeps us on our toes!


Little Farmer Lilly

May 8th, 2013 , Posted in Lilly, Wayward Lane Farm

She loves helping with the farm and gathering eggs is her favorite thing to do. 


Lilly’s 2 Year Session

February 15th, 2013 , Posted in Lilly, my family, Personal, Wayward Lane Farm

Lilly-she’s the little exclamation point at the end of our family. She’s such a happy little girl, truly the most joyful child I’ve ever met and I don’t think I’m saying that just because she’s mine. She just has this bubbly, sweet, sunny, personality that makes you fall in love with her. I sing her the song “You are my Sunshine” and mean every word. I’m so blessed that God chose me to be her Mama.


Wayward Lane Farm CSA week 6

June 27th, 2012 , Posted in Gardening, Wayward Lane Farm

For those of you who don’t know we sell shares of the produce we grow on our farm (Wayward Lane Farm) and I’ve decided to share each week’s share here on the blog. That should make it easier for all the share members to come and check on what they could expect in their boxes this week and it should serve as a good resource for recipes and such.

What could be in your box this week;

Onions, Radishes, Radish seed pods (great stir fried), Carrots, Broccoli, Swiss Chard, Beets, the last of the Lettuce, Asian Stir Fry Greens, Herbs.

If you need recipe ideas I have two great Pinterest boards that might inspire you. My Mangia board and my CSA Recipes board.

Also, here are a few books that I just ordered that are just FULL of amazing recipes for fresh produce from your CSA and Farmer’s Market.



From Asparagus to Zucchini


Simply in Season



Serving Up The Harvest