About Me

Even as a little girl I loved the country. Let me run barefoot through a pasture of cow pies and I'm happy. Although, nowadays I'd walk, but I would still go barefoot. In fact, if I wear shoes, nine times out of ten I have to retrace my steps to find them because they have fallen off or I've let them go by the wayside. And it's not always both shoes. Sometimes it's only one and I have no idea where it could be. In that case, I'll find it later.

Animals have always been a part of my life, and it's difficult to imagine it any other way. Just like each one of us are different, animals have their own personalities that blossom if given attention and care. Even if it's a chicken or a fish.

Being self-motivated and hard-working, I'm also tired. But I enjoy working with my hands and exercising my mind, and hope to always be learning something new and taking advantage of every day I'm alive. Otherwise, why would I just want to take up space?

What we eat has a lot to do with how we feel about ourselves. I believe vegetables should be eaten right from the garden where they have been grown without pesticides. And if you lack the space for such a venture as a garden, then buy local. Keep the little guys in business and stay healthy while doing so.

Life is what we make it. It's up to each one of us to find our own happiness and contentment with ourselves.

I'm not a writer, and I don't pretend to play one in real life. But, I do enjoy writing when it's not frustrating, which is 93.6% of the time. In light of that little bit of knowlege, there might be an occasional post that will come across the way I intend. And if you happen to find it, let me know so I know what I'm doing right.


Believe it or not, I'm a private person who is very happy by myself. But I operate a bnb in real life. Go figure. Growing up painfully shy has taught me to appreciate the little things about people that make them different. Everybody has a story, and blogging is a way of sharing our lives. Especially when we don't get out much, and talking with the animals is a way of life.

- Luann, Keeper of the Critters