Hey there! It is time for a giveaway. I am giving away a new teeny, tiny little product.

It’s a bookmark. These are hot off the press. The printing company in my old hometown shipped them to me all the way from Missouri. The bookmarks feature a shorter version of the farmer’s wife poem. Mail AttachmentObviously, alllllllll those words were not going to fit onto a little bookmark! Since just getting a bookmark probably wouldn’t be that great of a giveaway…I am making this a package giveaway. Bookmark + Print.

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Add this print to your favorite frame…and you’ve got an excellent piece of decor or a great gift. DSCN6268_large

This time there will be TWO winners. So, to review, TWO people will win a print + bookmark package. To enter the contest, please comment below by answering the following question:

What is your favorite part about fall? (Cause, it is coming you know!)

I will announce the two winners on Monday! Have a wonderful weekend.

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P.S. If you have terrible luck, you can purchase a print (framed or unframed) or bookmark in my store here. But, I think you just might get lucky and win this time. No promises. Just saying!!! This could be the time you win!

11 Comments

  1. Janet

    I would love to win your give away! I love cool fall mornings. As a quilter, fall colors are my favorite. I’m looking forward to getting out the fall runners and scarecrow wall hanging. A leaf quilt is on my someday “make it ” list.

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  2. Patty

    My favorite part of Fall is Harvest time. Since marrying a Farmer 10 years ago, I have learned to appreciate all that goes into Farming.

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  3. Linda from Wisconsin

    I would love to win the print and the bookmark. Living in Northern Wisconsin I am able to watch the leaves change colors from my kitchen window as they reflect in the pond. I watch my husband and son harvest the crops I have seen grow and mature before my eyes. A bittersweet part of fall is the anniversary of my oldest son’s death from an accident on our farm when he was four years old. Over the 32 years I have learned to both mourn and celebrate it as the day he went to be with our Lord.

    P.S. I have often thought of writing a book entitled, “What Town Girls Need to Know Before Marrying a Farmer.” I have many chapters outlined in my mind. One chapter covering hand signals your farmer husband uses while you are driving a tractor!!

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  4. Sally Thomas

    My favorite season is fall. I love to go to Amish country and pick out beautiful mums, gourds, and pumpkins to decorate our front porch.

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  5. Aunt Jackie

    I like the cool temperatures so you can get out the jeans and sweaters. I love to see all the leaves changing on the trees.

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  6. Robyn

    I love the colors and flavors of fall. Reds and apples. Oranges and pumpkin. Yellows and spice.

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  7. Eva

    I love the crisp cool mornings of fall and enjoy planting bulbs, and fall gardening. Fall decorating is so easy with the abundance of pumpkins, gourds, mums, and Indian corn found at Amish auctions and roadside stands. Bonfires and hayrides are always a favorite activity.

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    • Nancy Overstreet

      I look forward to watching my daughter Katie perform at home football games and competitions in the fall with the Blue Jays Marching Band as a member of their color guard.

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  8. Michele

    I love the colors of fall, especially in fabrics and quilts. I love pumpkins, gourds, and straw on the porch and the beautiful choices of fall decor in the the house.

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  9. Laurel Wilson

    i love fall and spring in Missouri but usually my favorite season is the one I am in. Summer is filled with outdoor projects like painting the porch and gardening, fall is great for travel and it represents a new beginning since it is the new school year even though I am now retired. I love snow that comes in winter. Christmas is still my favorite holiday since I get to find the perfect gifts for friends and family. Spring is just lovely with flowering trees and bulbs. It is also nice to be warm again after winter.

    Laurel

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  10. Brandi

    I love all the new colors. I also love seeing the combines and tractors out working in the field. Nothing like a combine in the field with a sunset in the background!

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Hey there... I'm Sierra!

I love to blog, plan, organize, decorate, teach, research & be creative. I’m a farm wife & mama of three kiddos: almost 6, 4 and almost 2. We love to live and work in rural South Dakota. A few years ago we remodeled a house & we call our home The Peacock Ranch.

I am earning a Spiritual Direction Certificate from Sioux Falls Seminary & I put my masters in English/Mass Communications on hold at South Dakota State University so I can focus on being a mama in a pandemic! In the meantime, I’m enjoying reading more & writing here on the blog.