I am really the one who has led the charge on making the decision to move. My husband is on board, but sometimes I wonder if he just agreed to do this to appease me.
Don't get me wrong, I am very excited get this thing going and can't wait for next spring to get here. However, I also worry about how this is going to affect so many people. From leaving my best friends and family that live close now, to Tami's family opening their home and lives to us, to my husband agreeing to move to a place he has never even seen, to my college age daughter still living with us and what she is going to do. If it doesn't work out I am going to feel a whole lot of guilt and responsibility.
I'm not sure of the best way to silent the questioning voice. I'm not sure that I actually want it to be silent. I would not want to rush blindly into a complete and total life change. It's allowing me to focus more clearly on where we want our little family to be in the future and how our lives can hopefully impact others for the better. I frequently check in with Tami and my husband (hopefully not irritating them in the process) to make sure that the plans and how things are progressing are in line with their ideas. The questioning part of me makes me want to strive to work hard, do as much pre-planning as I can, and to really commit myself to the success of the Holbrook Honey and Hop Yard.
Don't forget to visit the other 30 day challenge bloggers!
The Ag Blogging challenge arranged by Holly Spangler is going strong. Make sure to read her Agriculturalists Who Influence blog series!
30 Days Bloggers
- The Pinke Post: 30 Days of Women in Agriculture
- Standing out in the Field: 30 Days of Faces Behind Your Food
- Prairie Californian: 30 Days of Food
- Becoming Texan: 30 Days of Texas Panhandle Agriculture
- AgTechTalk: 30 Days of Ag Tech
- Sowing Bountifully: 30 Days with a Small Town Girl on a Big 10 Campus
- Mackinson Dairy Farm: 30 Days of Dairy
- Cows, Corn and Communications: 30 Days of Dairy Farm Life Blessings
- Morning Joy Farm: 30 Days of Agriculture – The Agriculture Book List
- Holbrook Honey and Hop Yard: 30 Days of Preparation for the Future
- Minnesota Farm Living: 30 Days of All Things Minnesota Agriculture
- Beyond the Pasture: 30 Days of Lessons I Learned on the Farm
- Kellie for Ag: 30 Songs about Raising Cattle
- Homestead Hill Farm: 30 Days of Lessons from the Farm
- Montana Stockgrowers Association Blog: 10 Things to Know About Beef Cattle
- Country Girl Creations: 30 Things I Want My Farm Girl to Know
- Life of a Future Farmer: 30 Days of Thoughts of a Future Farmer
- Black Ink Blog: Nice to Meat Ya: 30 Days of People You Ought to Know in the Quality Beef Business
- Farver Farms: 30 Days of Dirt Roads
- Carolyn CAREs Blog: 30 Things I Love
- Confessions of a Suburbanite Agvocate: 30 Days in the Life of an Ag Comm Student
- The Velvet Farmer: 30 Days from the View of a Agriculture Student
- Agriculture: A Way of Life: Series Name
- Cox Farm: 30 Things That Farming Has Taught Me
- Walking the Off-Beaten Path: 30 Days of Farming: It's a Balancing Act
- The Magic Farmhouse: 30 Days of Illinois Farms and Food
- The Farmer's Wifee: 30 Days of Farm Thanks