Living on the farm has been downright inspiring for Cowboy and me, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. This page includes some of our favorite causes, eats, reads, and experiences. Explore the categories below to learn more. P.S. – We’d love to hear what place, products, and inspirations help you create your farmtastic life.
Prayer Ponies were created from the love of horses and the desire to comfort children and families that are dealing with grief and loss in their lives. Ponies are created in pairs. When you adopt a Mission Prayer Pony, it’s partner will be sent to someone who is suffering a loss in their life. The Mustang Ponies are created especially for children with a parent serving in the military. Read more in my blog post about the Prayer Ponies.
2nd Street Provisions – Hico, Texas
Looking for the perfect chart of an old farmhouse combined with farm fresh food? Then 2nd Street Provisions is going to warm your soul and tickle your taste buds. A full service coffee shop, butcher, farm fresh grocery, and cookery located in Hico, Texas is just waiting for you to sit a spell and enjoy. Read more in my blog post about 2nd Street Provisions.
The Accidental Salvation of Gracie Lee – Tayla Tate Boerner
If you love the South and all of its quirky nuances, you’ll easily find yourself lost in the grit, wit, and wisdom of 10-year-old Gracie Lee. Follow her through the heat of an Arkansas delta summer as she questions God, invests in her curiosity, and battles the daily angst that comes from living in a family struggling for normalcy. You’ll cheer her on with every page. Read more in my blog post about The Accidental Salvation of Gracie Lee.
Barking to the Choir – The Power of Radical Kinship – Gregory Boyle
Oh my stars this book will move you in ways you don’t expect, challenge your thinking, and leave you searching deep inside for your best self. Written by Gregory Boyle, a Jesuit priest affectionately known as Father G, you’ll get a first hand glimpse into the lives of former gang members and the divinity that connects us all. Most importantly, it’s a beautiful reminder that we are all in need of kindness and kinship. Read more in my blog post about Barking to the Choir.