Snowflake is pretty darn cute. It’s moments like this that I like to step back and take in the beautiful land that I feel so blessed to live on. After a long winter of cold, ice, hauling hay, water and wood, we start to consider what it’s like to live in town. But then the snow melts and the mud drys up, and this amazing magic is underneath, magic that draws children outside and delights them for hours, and magic that gives you strength you forgot you had to do all kinds of amazing feats. Because really, summer on a farm? Is way more work than in the winter. But for some reason work in the summer doesn’t feel like work at all.