Simple Things Sunday | At the Farm

It’s hard to believe the weekend is here already – time for Simple things Sunday again! :)  I’m still in Canada recovering from surgery. I’m feeling better and better each day and I’m happy to be on my way home soon. Staying at my parents place brings back lots of memories of growing up on the farm. I always loved tagging along with my Dad while he did chores. I still do. It’s been nice to go check on the new calves and feed the cows with my Dad and spend some one on one time with him this week. :)


What simple moments made you smile this week?

We’d LOVE for you to share your photos with us! You can:

-Share your photos as they happen on Instagram, Twitter, G+, even Pinterest by using the hashtag #SimpleThingsSunday. Stacy on Instagram // Rebecca on Instagram

-Post your photos on the SAT Facebook wall anytime! I
‘d love to see what’s going on in your world on the Simple as That Facebook page!

-You can also link up here on the blog each weekend starting Saturday nights at 10pm CST!

What is Simple things Sunday?

This weekly photo share is all about taking time to photograph the everyday details that make your life unique, beautiful, and special. We gather here each Sunday to share our photos, to enjoy the beauty found in the ordinary and to be reminded of just how important the simple things truly are. Read all about STS here.

Comments

  1. says

    Beautiful pictures as always Rebecca, I especially love the contrast between that chilly landscape and the warmth of your wellingtons in the straw! Hope you are back to full health really soon :)

  2. says

    Looks cold! Helping with cows reminds me of my own childhood and dad, what a great opportunity you’re enjoying! Hope you feel all better soon!

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