Tuesday, November 3, 2015

A Lovely Day in the Field

I grew up seeing rice fields everywhere, but apparently now some have already been converted to subdivisions, buildings and new houses. During these time, I get to feel the air touching my face and play under the sun all day. Well, my husband and I have discovered a vast field just adjacent to the property of my father-in-law that's part a rice field and the other somewhat a hill. Because my husband has been raising goats and wanna get serious about it. It's there, where the goats stay most of the day to feed with the grasses.


My husband along with our dog Weefee and our "goat care giver" lol, leading the way.

 We passed by the rice field and have seen a lot of golden rice grains ready to get harvested.

These are our goats Vanilla and Mocha. They've grown thinner because they've just moved in from a place which was flooded from our previous typhoon. My father used to take care of them. They're probably missing my dad. I hope when we get back this weekend they are a little heavier.


This is a pretty far walk from our home but we enjoyed it. A little exercise, some sunshine and plenty of mosquito bites. haha! Hopefully by next year we've already developed the nearby land which my husband's family owned. We're planning to transform it into a mini farm and built our little home there. Just hopefully! God bless everyone!

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  1. Lei, what a lovely place, the goats are adorable and you always look so beautiful! Your are very photogenic. :)

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  2. I love your blog and style! Perfect for fall! xo

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  3. Is so peaceful to live like this in such a beatiful place love your goats best of luck with the mini farm.

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    1. I'm excited with our mini farm! Thank you Jackie!

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  4. What sweet little beasties! I have always been a goat fan. That picture with the goat and your husband is so funny. It needs a caption contest.

    "You are mighty tall for a goat"
    "Pardon me, you're in my light"
    "Do you know when the next train arrives?"
    "Time to dance, human"

    Oh and that shot of you at the end is wonderful in a while different way, dear :) Very wow!! Happy day to you sweetie :) xoxo

    All Things Bright and Lovely

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    1. hahahaha! You have made me laugh! Thank you dear! xoxo

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  5. Lovely photos, Lei!
    Vanilla and Mocha are really cute and it was very interesting to see the photo of the rice plant.
    I hope you will soon build your dream home there! xx

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    1. We are hoping and starting too. Kind of a long way but we'll get there.

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  6. This just made me miss Philippines.
    I need to take vacation soon.

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    1. Go, have a vacation soon! Thanks Zarrah!

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  7. I want to live in this kind of place..so close to nature lifestyle I must say..hehe..and one thing, this place is quiet.

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    1. It's pretty quiet yeah! But the air is clean, it will delay my wrinkles. Thanks Jehan

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  8. Lei you live in an interesting part of the world. It is completely different from Poland but definitely woth vising. I have never seen rice in the field personally. I think one day I should visit your country

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    1. Yeah, you should, we've got lots of beautiful beaches around too. Thanks always Gosia!

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  9. Hello Lei!:) Thank you for your visit! Very nice photos of you and your goats in the field. I like goats and at one time we used to have half a dozen. I like the shot of the jumping goat!:))

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    1. Thank you! We'll be back there this weekend.

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  10. Those fields are awfully pretty-and the goats are really really cute. It looks beautiful and warm also! I like!

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  11. It sounds like you had a lovely time :) xx

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  12. I've heard goats are easy to care for...and I wish you and your husband all the best in your venture...a mini farm certainly sounds exciting:)

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  13. Yes it is. I hope in one to two years we can have it. Yes, they are easy and lovable Annie!

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