Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Family Farm under the hammer

 An emotional and exhausting week . . .





 Filled with excitement and new beginnings

. . . and lots of memories

9 comments:

Kate said...

Oh Annie, that is huge, I dread this happening xx

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

Dear Annie ~ This is definitely an emotional time for all of you. What a beautiful place and it's no wonder you have wonderful memories.

Love and hugs ~ FlowerLady

Susan said...

Never easy, but beautiful memories and all your lovely photos.

Jan said...

Those lovely memories will never fade, Annie, and there are more good memories waiting to be made just around the corner! Big hugs to you and your mum. xx

Leanne said...

Sending big hugs Annie. Great photo memories.

Quiltedtime said...

Oh goodness, I would never had predicted this. I, too, have dear memories of our family farm that was sold when I was six. It's on my bucket list to see it again someday. Take lots of pictures.

m vincent said...

Such a hard time. When a property has been a part of multiple generations, it is a big step. Keep the memories alive.

Muddling Through said...

If only we could hold on to all the places that are precious to us! For most of us though, that is not an option. I have incredibly detailed memories of my grandparents' farm, and it was sold in the early seventies! The memories do live on and I prefer to think of another family making new memories. Hug each other a LOT and rejoice that there are such a lot of dear things associated with the place.

Jenny said...

big hugs to you x