You know how it is, just like they say, “opposites attract”. That was Joe and Julie, total opposites that happened to fall in love and ended up on an inherited farm in the countryside. Living there was an adjustment for both of them, but practical Joe knew they could make a living growing wheat on the property. It was a large parcel of land with fertile soil and he liked the physical challenge of the work. Julie on the other hand thought wheat was boring and decided to research any popular trendy products she could cultivate. She found lavender fit the bill perfectly. Once again the opposites found love. Love renewed with each other and love of the land and its yield.
saw the biggest bear I’d ever seen! I knew vacationing in a cabin in this dense forest might be a risk, but what the dickens? I had taken all precautions: keep the trash covered, make sure the bells on all the doors and windows were working to alert me if there were any intruders, and keep a nightly fire going outside. But somehow this humongous bear was standing right there looking at me. He wasn’t growling, he wasn’t advancing, he was just staring.