Merry Christmas from Black Sheep Farm!

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.

Well, I wish the mice wouldn’t stir in my house, but unfortunately, my walls are warm and cozy for them, and with the cold outside, even I can’t begrudge them shelter. I just don’t want to find one curled up beside my head on my pillow one morning ;P The new year will bring a kitten into the house, which should hopefully keep the mice at bay!

I hope everyone has lots of good food to eat with family and friends this holiday. My family will be having leg of lamb, roast chicken and other tasty things for dinner. There will also be ginger snaps, shortbread, and pumpkin bread pudding to satisfy our sweet tooths.

May this Christmas be full of peace and joy for you and your family. God bless!

This is the story of my journey into sustainable agriculture. From the streets of downtown Toronto, to the farm land of southern Ontario, I hope to discover the techniques and practices that work for me in both mind and heart.

1 thought on “Merry Christmas from Black Sheep Farm!”

  1. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Brenda!

    I just wanted to say hello, as I've been thinking about you and your amazing farm a lot lately. I think you've planted a seed in my brain…it's growing, and might stick out of my ears pretty soon. It's the urge to farm!!!

    Please put me to work this summer, I'd love to help you and learn more about le farming.

    And, when the time is right, keep us in mind for local veggie sales to Calico.


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