Healthy Regenerative Lifestyle
I am on a new journey now. I am not sure if my plans are on hold or if this is the path to get to where I want to go. Time will tell.
We may not live on a farm, but we can grow where we live.
by David Proctor
August 1, 2019
Urban Farm Lifestyle Magazine Published Weekly
As I had written about before; Sold The Farm, this put me in a different situation than what I am accustomed to.
When I have gone on the road, I always knew where home was. I had an address, a place that was more than where you hang your hat. Now home is a license plate.
I’m not saying this for sympathy, on the contrary, it is somewhat liberating. Yes, I will miss my treehouse deck and the home where Molly and I raised the family, but times have changed.
I have to think that I was not going to be able to grow, and move forward as long as I was in my comfort zone.
I am definitely out of my comfort zone now.
I tried last year to reinvent myself but didn’t go as I had planned. I have work in Auburn, Alabama that I will be on for a while.
The irony is that the office is located off Beehive Road.
I am looking at this as an opportunity to be led by the higher power. Sometimes what we think are the answers are not always the road we should travel.
The nice then was that I was able to visit with my girls on the way down.
Carolyn, King, Kelsey, and Lena
Myself, Caitlin, and Buster
One item that I brought with me is this rock that has written on it “ From North Pasture Berry-Mollie Proctor From Rt1 Spickard, Mo 1972”, this is about the only item that I have left from the farm.
Rock From North Pasture Proctor Farm
I keep it with me to remind me on days that I wonder why I do what I do, this is one reason, to have my own Proctor Farm/Ranch.