The atmosphere at the farm is beyond relaxing. There are plenty of wide open spaces for the kids to run in and be free-range, the vegetarian food is always tasty and organic, and best of all, no one at the farm is worried about their image or how they're dressed. In fact, I usually find that I'm overdressed, you know, because I have footwear.
I didn't take too many pictures this time. Honestly, I didn't do much of anything while I was there other than drink an organic coffee and a few beers. But I do want to share the photos I did snap:
The girl dancing with Cheetos:The girl blowing bubbles:My mom, the girl, and our friend Dave:Dave's gothic wardrobe always makes my tee shirts and chinos look very, very boring.
The moon over the stage:
The girl took this one of Jay eating a bowl of soup and it makes me smile every time I see it:I think that the odd lighting combined with the plaid shirt makes Jay look like some sort of God of the Lumberjacks.
I'm a city girl at heart-the bigger the city, the happier and more at ease I am. Yet, I look forward to our periodic trips to the farm. It's the perfect antidote to the overstimulated feeling I sometimes have.