I have a farm in my dreams. It’s been there for years, and I can describe to you every detail … walking from the house, through the garage, into my pottery studio, then the farm’s workshop, and onto the barn. Oh – that whole trip is all connected, by the way! I can go from “house to horses” without ever going outside! That’s gonna be awesome in the winter. Or when it’s raining. Or it’s dark out. It’s just gonna be cool. Period.
The landscape is gorgeous, over 100 acres – slightly rolling hills, woods and a lovely lake. There are pastures for the horses, fields that grow our hay. Up on a bare knoll is the most mesmerizing wind turbine ever. It’s hypnotic as it slowly, continuously turns – AND generates all the electricity that we need on the farm! The solar panels on the century barn help too. I’m elated to be so sustainable and independent in the energy department!
Nature, my family, animals and art are all huge parts of what make Weatherwood Farm so special. Even the name is special, because my dad – who was an artist – had a studio and gallery called “Weatherwood” and I loved it so much, I adopted the name for the farm. I’m thinking Dad would be happy. There are 2 or 3 tiny houses in different parts of the farm, so that when we have visitors, they can pick where they would like to stay! There’s even a loft space in the barn – the grandkids especially like that space.
I work with rescue groups as a foster volunteer. Raising a litter or two of kittens each year is one of my most cherished projects. I guess it’s kind of like having fur-grand children. I’m in love nurturing them and watching them grow. Then I’m so proud when they’re ready to be on their own with a forever family. There are also some senior animals that retire to the farm with me. I have a special affinity for the seniors – cats, dogs, horses. Although it’s difficult to say goodbye to them when it’s their time to leave – I absorb so much from their unique serenity and wisdom, that I am learning how to grow older with grace and dignity. What a peaceful partnership.
Now, I have to confess. Like I said at the beginning … Weatherwood Farm is in my dreams. That means my imagination is gloriously living on the land, in the house, working in the pottery studio, playing with the animals and my family – 24/7. It’s all in full, technicolor and rich detail. That’s key to know, because, I’m a firm believer that what I think about IS going to manifest in physical reality. I’ve learned through the Master Key Experience how to connect The Universe and Creative Mind with my subconscious to put all the players together to orchestrate the opportunities to bring my dreams to life. When it does, you’ll be the first one I invite over. Hope you’ll come!
I hope you’ll visit my Master Key Blog too – and learn more about to create YOUR own dream-come-true!
Peace be your journey,