Favourite posts and projects of 2016

I’m still easing in to 2017 here. Coming up, I’ll be reviewing how I did on Home Goals 2016 and setting new ones for 2017.

Before that happens, I’m taking a look back at some of the other memorable moments and posts from 2016.

The beauty of having a blog is that it helps me track what happens over the course of a year.

2016 was a year of very little rain, hence the poor harvest and the ditch fire. It was a year of new, with our first homemade maple syrup, Monarch butterflies and the birdbath. Some are small events, some are bigger accomplishments. Altogether, they make up the moments that I don’t want to forget from our life on the farm.

Who else is doing some reflecting on the year just past? Did you have a memorable 2016?

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6 thoughts on “Favourite posts and projects of 2016

  1. I love the start of the year because I love these kinds of reflective posts. A great collection of reflections here, hopefully 2017 brings you just as many, if not more, memories!

  2. The blog is indeed a wonderful way to look back! With the stories and the pictures all beautifully put together.
    I haven’t looked back a whole lot on 2016. I don’t know why, I usually do but I haven’t felt like it. Maybe because there have been some painful things, and I’m doing something new now (I’ve started a university course towards a new/old degree) so I feel more like looking forward. I also have lots of chaos in my mementos, photos in many places – phone, two computers, a couple of memory sticks, an iPad – so that I’m overwhelmed at the very idea of trying to assemble things and get them in some kind of order. So…onward ho! 😀

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