Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Tulip Picking at Dewberry Farm


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Hey y'all! I haven't really shared anything besides my weekly Currently Loving posts here on the blog. Now, that we are a month into this being at home all of the time thing, I think I have a better handle on it. Honestly, the first two weeks of doing school at home and being with my kids 24/7 had my head spinning. It was all just overwhelming. I'm still overwhelmed here or there but I feel more at peace with the current situation now. I've found that an equal balance of busy (working, blogging, organizing, school work, and cleaning) and rest (unplugging, going on a walk, laying on the couch, napping, bubble bath, etc.) is what's working for me. We'll see how I feel next week when Spring Break is over and we are back at the school work!

Today, I wanted to share some photos from our mini field trip to Dewberry Farm. A few weeks ago, we went there for tulip picking. It was so incredibly beautiful! Flowers are one of my favorite things. They just make me happy! I had always wanted to go tulip picking and was so excited when I was able to get tickets for us to go. It was an impulse decision to go so I was really not prepared and this is very unlike me, haha! So, first of all, I should have brought legit clippers. I brought nothing for clipping our tulips! Thankfully, I had the worlds smallest pair of scissors in my car. They are literally the tiniest scissors ever but they worked. Also, I didn't bring a basket. I will definitely bring one next time. Lastly, we should have worn rainboots because it rained the night before. Our shoes were a muddy and grassy mess when we finished! Lessons learned.

Each tulip we picked was $1 and then we wrapped them up ourselves to take home. Before we left, we visited the farm animals they have onsite. The girls also had to take a turn on the tree swing! This is such a great, family friendly experience and I'm really hoping to go back in July for sunflower picking. If you are local, add Dewberry Farm to your must see list!

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dewberry farm, tulip picking, nc blogger, north carolina blogger, mom blogger, travel blogger

dewberry farm, tulip picking, nc blogger, north carolina blogger, mom blogger, travel blogger

dewberry farm, tulip picking, nc blogger, north carolina blogger, mom blogger, travel blogger


dewberry farm, tulip picking, nc blogger, north carolina blogger, mom blogger, travel blogger

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