Because of an intense stirring in my heart, it’s been a little quiet on the blog lately. Advertisements
As you can see we spent our Christmas holiday welcoming the newest member to the farm, a little heifer named Ruby Sue.
The Lord blessed South Louisiana with an early Christmas miracle a couple weeks ago…6” of snow! Yes, you read that right. Snow in Louisiana.
Now that we have had a few weeks to process our emotions, the fire for adoption is still burning strong and we are beginning the footwork for the next one. Since the last adoption connection wasn’t through an agency or consulting company, we were able to handle the cost requirement mostly on our own. We … More Bringing Home Bayou Baby.
Failed adoptions happen to other people, not us, right? Wrong.
For those of you who regularly follow this blog and have kept up with our desire for a family, you already know the pain and heartache of our 4 year battle with infertility. Last year, we came face to face with our reality when we were given the official diagnosis of male factor infertility. Our … More Our greatest adventure ever…We’re Adopting!
As we enter this weekend, I am reminded of the biggest flood in Louisiana history, the Great Flood of 2016. Our small corner of the world was pummeled with massive amounts of rainfall at the end of the week of August 12, 2016, followed by devastating flooding in 20 parishes as the water flowed south through rivers, … More Remembering the Great Flood of 2016
Ever wondered what a typical day looks like for one of the Gypsy Chicks here at Cypress Bayou Farm?
As most of you know, we have been saving for new farm fencing for quite a while now. Not only did we want to replace the dilapidated existing fence but also construct a dog yard in the back of the house for our trio of pooches. Of course we had plans to start this project … More Fence Face Lift.
Sorry for such a delay in posting this summer. Between vacations and preparing for our fence face lift, there hasn’t been much downtime for this gypsy girl to keep everyone updated. In the meantime, I wanted to share a fun frozen treat experiment I tried for the horses and chickens this past weekend in attempt … More Beating the Heat.