14 Comments

  1. Thought provoking. I love how you always have a smile on your face. It’s a tiring yet rewarding job. I will admit though I don’t think it’s something I could do. x

  2. My mom and grandma were both farmers’ wives! I just thought that everyone knew how to grow/make/fix things but now that I’m a mom myself I realize how many things they could do (that I can’t!)

  3. Great post. I was one of those ones on twitter to reply to you so very interested in what others thought. Stereotypes are these things that we seem to hinge on in society, we all like to put people in pigeon holes. It’s nice to read that you are trying to break these down. I’m a nurse by occupation and again that is a very stereotyped job. Xx

  4. Fab post! I used to work for a farmer’s wife… she owned a care home, had 3 young sons and a farm to help run, too. I still have no idea how she found enough hours in the day!

  5. It really is interesting the way people put others in boxes and make them a ‘type’. What a great post. You and Fiona from Coombemill are far from stereotypical! Thank you for linking to PoCoLo x

  6. Caroline (Becoming a SAHM)

    Reall interesting and like many many stereotypes, they just don’t cover everything do they? Love that you are still you as well as being a farmer’s wife. Great post and love the pics 🙂 #allaboutyou xx

  7. I love this post Emma. Stereotypes are ridiculous. People are so different and it’s fantastic! Plus farming and cottage gardens are very in vogue at the moment!

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