“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens…” Ecclesiastes 3:1-2

Early morning fog signals cooler days are in the not too distant future.


As hot September afternoons usher in Fall, our first season at Briarmoor is coming to a close.We have no more chicks in the brooder, one less group of pigs on pasture, only four remaining butcher days and our daily egg collection has reduced from eight or nine baskets to four or five. As I struggle to fit homeschool lessons in our routine, I have to admit I look forward to cooler temperatures, less farm responsibilities, and a season of learning for these two.

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I am in awe of how much each of our family members has grown during the last four months…especially our newest member.

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I am eager to discover what God has in store for us as this season comes to a close and a new one begins.

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About Tammy Pedersen

Tammy is married to John Pedersen, manager of Briarmoore and Grass Stain Tour extraordinaire. She is blessed to be able to stay at home with her three children. When not busy with farming and homeschool, Tammy can be found with knitting needles or crochet hook in hand, reading or writing. Someday she hopes to combine her love of travel with mission work.
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3 Responses to September

  1. susan says:

    Appreciate your homeschooling! This is my first September without ordering schoolbooks, teaching my boys, especially outside in the nice Sept/Oct weather. My youngest finished high school in May, and I’ll miss it! Enjoy! And I love the shirts with the baby’s age on it.

  2. Grace g says:

    I can’t understand why people think summer is a time to relax!! I always want to say “yo, grasshopper, if you have tons of time to relax then next years garden should be bigger!”

  3. Sara says:

    Thanks for sharing! My husband and I are considering homeschooling, and you make it look so easy.