Sage Hill Farms
A New and Prosperous 2009 ~Waiting
As I go back over the 2008 year I'm amazed at all I, and we, at Sage Hill Farms have accomplished.
Much of what transpired during the last year was not planned, not expected, and not always welcomed.
Growth can come so unexpectedly and in ways that aren't what we need. It's important to stay tuned to your goal; to know when and where to say no. And at some point, no has to be part of the equation.
Once the leap has been taken to curb the demands that are not in our best interest, only then do we start to see the real and best path to where we are meant to go
When we started the Sage Hill Farms project it was meant to be about teaching, helping others to find the desire and the means to connect with good food and better health.
We have in so many ways accomplished that...but still have much to do. So look for more projects coming soon. Projects that will allow and welcome your participation.
We have developed a new tea, "Red Thyme Burst". It's awesome, both for taste, aroma, and benefits.
It will be on the website for sale immediately. I hope you try it.
We are adding five new growing beds to our gardens.
Erecting a High Tunnel and fencing sections of the grounds for special native plants of Tennessee.
We are excited!
Places and People I Love~
Joe & Debbie Sheetz
Heidi Richards Mooney
Find your passion and help others to find theirs. Together we can accomplish a better outcome.
A favorite quote: "Criticism, like rain, should be gentle enough to nourish a man's growth without destroying his roots."
Frank A. Clark
Thank you to all the people who have passed through my life this last year. A few left skid marks, some were delightful and moved on, and many have become beautiful friends and loyal customers.
Life is good and always changing, we should embrace the change ~ always.
To yours and ours - the most successful New Year!