Hi there! I’m Audrey! I am so happy to have you here and so I’d love to start off by telling you a bit about myself and what my blog is about!
I live on the outskirts of a wonderful small town in Central California and am thankful to say it has been my home for my entire life.
I spend most of my time enjoying life on my little farm as well as working on multiple cattle ranches.
And let me tell you there is nothing I’d rather do. Spending my day in God’s beautiful country completely fills me with happiness! I am honestly amazed all the time at how beautiful the outdoors really is.
As an infant, my dad who is a cattle rancher, always took me horseback with him which is where my passion began for ranching and riding.
My mom passed along a gene from her dad for loving chickens and gardening, if that’s really a gene!
So I am blessed to say that because of both of my parents I have a growing passion for the little things in life that make me the most happy; ranching, riding, gardening, and raising chickens!
From a young kid I have always grown a garden and had chickens, but as I have gotten older it has became more and more of a passion.
In February of 2018, when I realized how much time I actually was spending in my garden and with my chickens, I decided it was time to build a new coop right next to my garden.
So for a couple months straight my grandpa and I spent every free moment building away on what is now my absolute dream chicken coop right beside my garden!
During that time is also when I decided I would love to start a blog. I wanted to be able to share my experiences as well encourage others to find their passion and accomplish whatever ideas come along, big or small!
So I hope that my blog does just that! Inspires you, teaches you, and makes you happy!
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