We wish we had a lot of time to write an in-depth profile like many have done and seem to do on these forums but we are super busy running our farms and can barely write this. Our little large farm has been in operation for 16 seasons now based in southwest Michigan. Over the years we have enjoyed a great deal of success. Always expanding we grow a wide variety of crops a number of different ways. Many many years of experience prior to starting the farm give us a unique perspective. Field crops, intensive greenhouse production 52 week, hugelkulture, and many more. We focus on quality specialty crops high in nutritional density. The two of us are passionate about growing the highest quality produce and have a reputation for doing so since 2007.
Briefly a little about the two of us.
My wife was born on an organic farm and has lived her entire life on one. Her father was a hippie organic consultant/farmer that taught her everything. She is a one of a kind natural beauty angelic and sweet in every way. She is loved by all. Workers, friends, customers, and people who just come for a brief visit. Always kind and considerate putting others before herself. She’s almost too good to be true but I’ve known her since 2006. Besides being the best person I have ever known she’s a superb organic farmer with problem solving abilities that truly amaze! She can do it all construction electrical plumbing. The two of us started out living in a cabin that I had just built. We continued to build three farms together and have been working on our homestead masterpiece since 2012. It’s in a special location and it’s coming together very nicely. About her physical looks she has
Blonde hair blue eyes long hair always smiling and happy and never moody. She doesn’t use any drugs and will drink in extreme moderation but she is ok with others using 420 and drinking sensibly. She will blush but she is very beautiful. She’s 37 years old but definitely looks younger. She is kind and humble and would have never pursued this kind of relationship but one developed naturally with someone close to the farm. My wife has known about her bisexuality since she was a teenage but had decided it would be too difficult to explore it. This person over time developed a deep platonic relationship with us that eventually led to a physical one. Now after time has passed and she has moved far away to be closer to family we wonder if there’s a woman out there who wants this ?
Okay, here’s what I can say about my husband. He’s one of those super feeler guys with a sixth sense and a huge heart. He kindly takes care of everything and everyone on the farm. He’s as loyal as our spaniel and the most reliable man I have ever known. He has made our farm more successful than I could ever imagine. Our love and passion for produce has earned us a large following that we sell to year round. He’s a little older at 48 but he looks way younger than that and people are shocked to find out his age. He doesn’t drink but he’s 420 friendly and doesn’t mind if you drink. I would love to meet someone who is interested in growing things especially flowers, herbs, and smaller specialty crops. I know it’s a long shot but I’m looking for someone with a spiritual connection to the land and nature that wants to join us. Someone who stress free that can enhance our energy together as three.
We are going to post pictures from the farm but not of ourselves. We would be more than happy to share all the personal pictures and things once we make contact with you. Really looking forward to possibly hearing back from someone who feels the same. I will post as many pics as I can tomorow need to go to bed. Sweet dreams everyone😘
I love this post! I am a polyamorous/non-monogamous person as well and believe we should normalize non-monogamous relationships.
I do have a question which may put you on the defensive, but that I believe is reasonable to ask: If you are so busy running your farms that a three or four paragraph post is almost too much to take time to write, how can you reassure someone that either of you will have the time and emotional energy to devote to developing a relationship with an additional partner? It sounds like someone would need to immediately drop their entire life, quit other work and projects they have going on, and move to your farm in order to have much opportunity to interact and build a connection.
I don't subscribe to very much about the traditional stereotypes about dating, and believe you can learn more about a person by spending an afternoon gardening with them than you can learn about a person by having lunch and seeing a movie together. However, relationship building does still take time, attention, and energy.
Today is a very exciting time in my life. I am on a wonderful adventure and will never go through this particular experience again.