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Surviving Shingles, the Flu and Zombies - But We're Still Kickin'

Surviving Shingles, the Flu and Zombies - But We're Still Kickin'

Hey we're still here. Through Roland having shingles, me having the flu from hell for weeks (after being so cocky about not getting sick while everyone around me had it), and the zombie apocalypse (The Walking Dead has been so depressing this season), we've finally made it to Spring. I know it's not really until March 20th, but we've had such a mild winter it's felt like Spring many times. It's only the snow and cold this past week that has made me doubt that it's right around the corner.

We've been making many plans as we both fought to really care about much of anything for a bit. One of the big things is for our Farm Market this year. We will only be open officially once a month with a theme attached to each one. This gives us the freedom for more farming and repurpose projects on the weekends - and make sure we have plenty of stock. Plus when we're open, we'll have some free food and tea samples for you to try - just like Costco!

Our opening weekend will be April 8th & 9th, 2017. We're all about celebrating Spring. We want to show off the new things we've done - our deck is amazing - and Roland has done so much work around the Farm. We're expanding our perennial farm so you can check out what new plants we'll have this year. Cold or hot, we'll be ready that weekend with either the wood stove or chairs on the deck. 

Oh and I forgot the best part. Each day opening weekend we'll hold two drawings - one for a gift basket and one for a $25 gift card towards perennials.

So enough of the sales pitch. I'm pretty darn proud of what we've accomplished and where we're heading this year. We'll still be at the Perrysburg Farmers Market every Thursday and Roland will be around every weekend for perennial sales. Just trying to make the Farm Market more of event. You know I'm an old event planner. We don't die - just go crazy from running events.

I have lots more stories to share. Hope you've all survived this winter too. Just watch out for shingles and the flu. Or zombies that look like they've had shingles and the flu. Actually all zombies no matter what they look like would be a good idea.

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