Who is Eggs & Herbs?

When I left my home in Vermont at the age of 18 to attend college in Arkansas I never imagined I would never really live there again. I never imagined I would marry a Southern Boy. I never imagined I would be an Art Teacher. I never imagined I would own tractors. (Yes, more than one!)  I never imagined anything that is my life now but it is the best thing I never knew I wanted!

In less than 7 months I met my husband Richie, fell in love, changed my major, DIDN’T graduate, got married and moved permanently to Arkansas.  Richie who loves the Rolling Stones would say, “You can’t always get what you want, but if you try, sometimes, you just might
find, you get what you need!”  And need him I did! (Well I wanted him too, so I lucked out!)

So I found myself living in the country on 200 acres of land complete with barns, sheds, horses, barn cats, dogs and tractors.  I was now seeking a degree in education instead of graduating with a degree in Interior Design.  I was in love and loving every minute of it.

Fast forward twelve years. I am a full time art teacher with a love of all things artsy and crafty.  Nothing can get rid of that internal junky junk better than some paints and a paint brush.  I am now growing a large herb garden and raising chickens. I sell my goodies at the local farmers market.  I discovered I have a love for writing and connecting with other people.  I found that I love to cook and experiment in the kitchen.  I found that I love to travel. Over the last twelve years I have discovered so many things about myself.

My life is an eclectic mix of fun and exciting things and I hope to bring you some nuggets of deliciousness that I collect throughout my
everyday life.  I am so glad you are here!

Here are some more posts about me you might be interested in:

As Seen on HGTV
Sisterly Tradition
Sugaring Season
Recycled Roses
25 Things
In The News
Killing the Rooster

{ 11 comments… read them below or add one }

1 misti August 18, 2007 at 8:31 pm

Hi, I found your blog via Mary Janes Farm. Love everything about it! :)

2 littlepeddler May 16, 2008 at 10:54 pm

Hey thanks so much for the esty purchase. Hope you will come check out my new blog. We have so much in common. Would love for others to come and check us out as well. We just now started but hope to be able to blog to help our goal out and learn or teach along the way
Littlepeddler

3 Amy July 23, 2008 at 11:46 pm

hi! i found your blog through the cookitblog it blog. i just wanted to *wave* to a fellow arkansan! i can’t imagine it being hotter than it is here in arkansas! whew! i feel for those people there if it is hotter than here! lol!!!

amy

4 aer September 21, 2008 at 1:38 pm

Very cool site- found you through wordpress tag surfer. I’m also a crafting, reading, baking teacher. Happy new school year!

5 thedomesticfringe November 16, 2008 at 7:20 pm

I just stumbled upon your site and wanted to say Hello. I’m going to read through some more of you posts and check out your other website.

6 Lily December 7, 2008 at 12:02 am

Hi! I’ve just started to explore your site – it looks wonderful. The first thing I found was the slow cooker spaghetti sauce, and I’m hoping you can recommend a slow cooker that’s dependable, doesn’t overheat and scorch, etc. Any thoughts/tips on them? Thanks! Lily

7 Janie B November 11, 2010 at 10:09 pm

Found you through your comment on another blog. I’m also from Arkansas and teach art in a smaller school district. I’m not sure how to follow your blog (WordPress is confusing to me.), but I’ll try to check back with you occasionally.

8 nwafoodie July 15, 2011 at 8:08 am

Thank you for sharing your story. Keep sharing, you have a lot of wisdom!

Lyndi
(nwafoodie.com)

9 Shell August 10, 2012 at 8:20 am

Great story! Glad to have found your blog and can’t wait to meet you at ARWB!

10 Amy September 15, 2013 at 5:16 pm

I love your ‘about me’ section! Funny the paths of life, huh?

11 Julie September 17, 2013 at 11:45 am

Haha! Thanks!

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