Friday, 22 July 2016

Never Stop Dating your Farmer!!!


 I am back sharing how and why to never stop dating your farmer. This advice can also apply to any couple! I decided to create a list for those that might be having the same struggles. 

Here are 5 things that qualify as a "date" because after all, it really isn't what you are doing as much as who you are doing it with. 


1. Get up in that tractor (or chopper) & take a ride. Who need to drive down an old dirt road when you can drive around in circles and get some work down in the process all while spending time with the one you love most!

2. Don't be afraid to get a little dirty. Yes being all dolled up is nice but some of the best memories you will make are the ones that involve a little bit of mud and manure. Like that one time...

3. Take interest in your farmer's interests! If their passion is cows, then you should do your best to like cows too. Cows is a horse example because how could anyone not like cows. Whatever their interests are, do your best to be interested too. Then the possibilities are endless. Milking cows together, going to the livestock sale together etc. Yes, those are all dates.

4. Work along side of them. When your day is done, look around at the amazing life you have together, you are blessed. Then spray the other person with a hose, throw hay at them and just have fun.

5. Bring them food when they are out working. A coffee in the morning, a sandwich for lunch, a warm meal for dinner or fast food when you are on your way home from work. Pick up a candy bar at  the store and bring it to the field. Just bring them food. You say that is not dating? It is when you are with a farmer. You cannot leave the field to go eat, so you bring the food to the field. It's a date. Just go with it. If you need more romance, bring a picnic basket and a blanket.

I know what you are thinking. I have lost my mind. These are not dates, how could they be dates? But to me they are. When your farmer gets in at midnight, when equipment breaks or the weather is not cooperating. I take these little moments, these moments of spending time together and chalk them up to date. After all, isn't a date just to spend time with someone you care about? 
Life is what you make of it and so are dates.

P.S.

Flirt. Flirt a lot!!


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