What weighs on a Farmer's Wife's Mind?

What weighs on a Farmer's Wife's Mind?

What would possibly weigh on my mind?  I don't have kids, I don't have a fancy house, or a really large social life, so what could I possibly worry about?  How about anything and everything!  

I am so blessed to live and love the life I have, but just like every-other person I worry.  My animals are my children and my husband is my entire world.  On the daily I worry because there are just not enough hours in the day to get enough accomplished.  I started this "small business"  to step outside of my comfort zone, meet people, and to make a difference which has been wonderful, but it also takes up a lot of time.  So now I worry do I do enough for my husband, do I help enough around the farm, do I do enough for my customers...do I, do I, do I? 

One thing that I have been thinking a lot about lately is do I say thank you enough and really let everyone know how much I truly am thankful for all they do.  Slowly but surely I am figuring out as important as it is to produce results or things someone can see, it is also just as important to let someone know how much they mean to you.  No matter if it is my customers, my husband, my neighbor, who ever it is I need to let them know how much I appreciate them...Why?  Because lets face it life is not easy, so why can we not express the positives, no matter how small they may be, and brighten someones day. 

And last but not least I support those who support me, I am not only a small business but I am a supporter of all small businesses and people that care, support, and inspire me!  Small businesses all started because someone had a dream and we need to believe in them and let them know we support them, so they can continue to see why they started in the first place.  

Final thought, be kind and tell others, individuals or businesses, just how much they mean to you or how much you support them. 

Till next time...

-The Farmer's Wife 

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