Winter Wonderland On The Farm

Hello, Bravehearted Beauties! It’s a snow day in Tennessee! School was cancelled {hooray!}, so we slept in and woke up to so much more than we imagined!




I gasped as I opened the shutters and looked out over the pasture toward the pond. It looks like our farm is nestled in its very own snow globe! I became slightly obsessed with the slowmo video feature on my phone. First time to use it. Very snow globe-ish!

Soft, powdery flakes have been falling all day, so the view keeps changing, but I couldn’t resist sharing a little beauty from the first half of the day. I haven’t taken this many photos since I broke my ankle in July. It felt really good to wield my sword and do some beauty hunting!







I love how today’s photos look like black and whites with a touch of color tinting. God is an incredible artist, that’s for sure! No photoshop or filters needed to enhance what He creates.







Our sleds cracked last year, and maybe this is a mom fail, but I didn’t think to get new ones. Oops! But snow is snow…and super fun for my Texas-turned-Tennessee girls!






The only thing missing from these photos are the sheep. Oh, how I love sheep in the snow! And more sheep in the snow! Sometimes I feel sad that we don’t have them anymore, but there’s only so much we farmgirls can handle. {I don’t think I’ve told you that right after I broke my ankle, we sent our sheep back to the breeder. Long story short: having two 150-pound hoofed animals jump on your petite daughter while she feeds the chickens every day isn’t awesome. We hope to raise a pair of lambs for the breeder in the spring…then send them back when they’re full grown.}


Here’s to hunting for beauty wherever you are today!



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  • Julie - Breathtaking photos Linsey! Wow! God is an amazing artist. I wish we had more snow here this year, but am grateful the sun came out today. Looks like you all had a fun snow day! I would love to hear more about your sheep since we’ve dreamed of having them. We don’t have the bandwidth right now but they are just so stinking cute, I would love them some day. It’s funny though, some animals don’t pan out the way you think they will. Your poor daughter! 🙂ReplyCancel

    • Bravehearted Beauty - I’ve been meaning to share the sheep news for months. I really do miss their cuteness from afar, but up close, they were a mess. And a lot more high maintenance than I expected. The barn started to feel too chaotic. I have a post that’s been stirring in my mind for over a year: when God calls us sheep, it’s not a compliment!ReplyCancel

  • Gracia @ Gracious Offering - Simply beautiful photos, Linsey! Love to see your farm through your eyes. And your girls just get lovelier… Have a wonderful, snowy weekend!ReplyCancel

  • Ashley - Stunning beauty! Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Stacey - Linsey, These pictures are so amazing and thank you for sharing! God has truly blessed you with such amazing beauty there on the farm. Not only in nature but, in your family. Enjoy the beauty and keep on sharing.ReplyCancel