Did you ever wonder what it would be like to move from a typical job, place, and life to a small farm with daily routines that are anything but typical? This two-and-a-half-month journal of John Michael's new routine after becoming a framer will shed some light on that question. It might also help you imagine what a new normal might look like if you decide to pull the plug on the tried-and-true and find your own changed place in the world. As John Michael would say, "Why not?"
|Publisher:||Luminare Press, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.21(d)|
About the Author
Gifted with insatiable curiosity and innate talent, it is no surprise that John Michael has held a number of jobs in interesting and diverse industries. Dairy farmer apprentice, shrimp boat fisherman, sales person, cable installer, Naval shipyard builder, home renovator-all tried and discarded-steppingstones that finally led him to his forever job-that of a farmer. As he has for almost thirty years, John Michael lives on his farm with his wife, son, and cats. He continues to tell anyone who asks, that the decision he and his wife made to become farmers was one of the best moves of his life.