Look Ma, it’s a Blog …

This here is my first attempt at blogging, so you’ve got to bear with me. I ain’t much for typing or technology and I’ve never met a deadline I’ve gotten along with. Truth be told, the only reason I’ve agreed to do this at all is that I need the audience … nobody around the farm will sit still long enough to listen to me finish a story.

Anyway, this isn’t about me. This is about making the Dimond Hill Farm, Jane Presby, Pam Clark, and Max the Wonder Llama famous … or at least more interesting … as they share their knowledge and experience to tell you about everything from when to plant your tomatoes, to how to cook or can those fresh summer vegetables, to innovative ways to decorate your porch and parlor using readily available natural elements.

Max, of course, will, from time to time, blog about his favorite spiritual leader (the Dalai Llama), or his favorite movie actor (Fernando Llamas), or maybe even his favorite 50s rock-and-roll song (Rama Llama Ding Dong).

After all, I’ve been told that it’s trendy these days to blog about something more mundane than you are and then to Tweet out to all your friends and followers that you’ve posted this composted manure … I guess so that they can use it to fertilize Facebook or pin it to their Pinterest Page so that they can IM everybody on their contact list to click on your blog link and comment on your delusions … or at least select a thumbs up icon that lets you know (in a fashionably nonverbal way) that they “Like” what you have to say.

None of that nonsense with the Dimond Hill Farm blog, however, no siree bob … nothing posted here but fresh manure. So be sure to check back often, and don’t be shy about letting your friends and family know that you’ve found a great place to get garden tips, tasty recipes, farm history, food industry news, and, of course, just a little bit of storytelling (if they let Jane and me get away with it).

So, take the next exit off the Information Superhighway, click on the first country lane to your right, and look for the big yellow barn at the top of the hill … we’ll be expecting to hear from you.

Well … nuff said for now.

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