There are some that have things that they could possibly take for granted because they don’t realize how precious it is.
Then there are those that completely understand the gem they have in their hands and they love on it, nurture it and create something even more lovely…that is NaDa Farm.
I grew up in rural Illinois so maybe farms just pull at my heartstrings.
This is not your ordinary farm though.
This farm has been loved on by a whole family…and it shows.
From the moment to step on the property I think you can breath a little easier and just take things a little slower.
I taught three classes this show and barely saw the sale itself.
What I did see was amazing and all the vendors were incredible.
I only brought cuffs and prints this time because I was teaching so much and thank you for everyone that snatched them both up!
Go grab your coffee and hopefully my photos will give you a taste of that beautiful farm in the middle of nowhere.
Congratulations, Anne Marie. It was perfection!
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SO SAD I missed it!
I want to plan ahead on coming next year for sure. Since this is my last year of H.S. homecoming it will be much easier – and hopefully I won’t have complete bronchitis to boot 🙂
looks like utter bliss
A beautiful, peaceful place on the prairie:) Wish I could have been there again…looks even more fantastic than the last!
SO happy to see your photos…..but SO sad you didn’t snatch up that farm near me 🙂 I would oh so love to be your neighbor!!
love the pictures Jeanne – thanks so much –
Jen is such a photogenic beauty isn’t she??
looks perfectly heavenly & wonderful & beautiful
Would have loved to take one of your classes again this fall but it wasn’t in the cards. I’m seriously thinking the on-line classes sound great. What a great opportunity everyone had to experience NaDa Farm and the great teachers that were available to teach their art with their incredible passion.
For those of us who do not live anywhere near a prairie … this is splendid fun! I am pretty certain I could smell it.
Thanks SO much,
Oh, it looks wonderfully peaceful and full of inspiration. So sorry that I wasn’t able to make it up there this time. Hopefully the next one. Thanks for sharing.
Just gorgeous! I’ve wanted to attend her sale and visit her farm, I’m just so darn far away! So thank you for sharing her special place with us,
I am so glad you had a nice time! One day, I will be able to go.
I so wish I was there. Someday. Someday hubby and I are gonna rent an RV and go to the “worlds biggest yard sale” and events like this one at NaDa Farm. That’s my idea of complete bliss. Thanks for sharing.