I live on 62 acres in a small town in NW Oregon. I am a country girl at heart, but love the fact I am close enough to the civilization to survive. The view from my porch is our field, hills, some ever green trees, and mountains in the distance. I live on the end of a HUGE unfilled and unfinished horse barn in a house built on the second floor. Tin surrounds me on all sides and this makes for noisy, but soothing rain storms. As I sit on my couch typing this, I am accompanied by my 8 and 2 1/2 year old daughters. Yo Gabba Gabba is playing on our TV and I have a clear view of a kitchen that needs to be cleaned. Not to mention a wood stove that needs to be vacuumed... last week. The time is 10:58am and I still haven't gotten dressed and my hair is messy, but freshly highlighted from two nights ago. I am wanting to get up and get a second cup of coffee, but my house is cold and the laptop is warm on my lap.
My husband, who I adore wholeheartedly, is busy in his shop located about 100 yards away from our house and down a hill, working on a mud truck that he will be happily driving on March 6th when we go to a mud event in Sweet Home, Oregon. With that said, yes, we are a little redneckish :). My husband grew up riding bulls and dirt bikes, so I can honestly say his hobbies are much safer these days.
This is just a tiny bit about me for the time being, but in the future I will be sharing more. I can see from here that my coffee pot "on" light has just shut off, so that means I should get moving if I want it hot.
Thanks for stopping by and God Bless!!