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New Year’s Day Greeting

Dear readers,
Since moving to Grand View Farm, my passion for farming, sheep, and fiber art has been inspiration for my writing, and YOU have been my reason to write. I see you every week, stopping by to read about our farm-connecting with our lives from all around the globe. I want to extend a special greeting to those who join us from Germany, England, Poland, Japan, the United States, Czech Republic, Canada, Hong Kong, Russia, Latvia, Turkey, and the Ukraine. Through your comments, despite the distance between us, I feel a connection between our lives. Please, don’t be shy-leave a comment when you read a post, so that I can get to know you better.
Taking a look at your favorite posts for the past year, I see that you have hit upon my passions and the major events of 2014:

Reader’s Favorite Posts of 2014

      Vermont's First Flock of Gotland Sheep
       Gotland Rams Running Down Main St.
Farmstay Guest Lends a Hand at VT Grand View Farm
A Vermont Farmstay Experience

Sugaring Season at VT Grand View Farm
Ode to a Vermont Shepherd & Her Sugar Maker
Shepherd's Watch for Lambs at Grand View Farm
The Shepherds Watch By Night

     Romney Sheep at Grand View Farm
It’s So Fluffy
 Awakening Herding Instincts
Awakening Herding Instincts

I look forward to 2015 and sharing more of our farm life with you. Please leave a comment and let me know what kinds of things you enjoy reading about! I hope you all have a blessed New Year and if you are ever in Vermont-please stop by the farm!

Kim Goodling - Shepherd - VT Grand View FarmSincerely,
Kim Goodling



2 Responses

  1. Rogata Owca

    I am waiting for every post Kim, sometimes I leave a comment, sometimes not, but I am with You, I like Your writing, the way of thinking and the way of live, Your love to animals and to your daily farmwork. Best wishes for the New Year for You all from us

  2. Terriea Kwong

    Kim, I love to read every piece of your post. Your farm life brings me like travelling in your beautiful area. Your sheep are gorgeous!