We came home to raise babies, tomatoes, biddies, and chickens

February 4, 2016
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We came home to raise babies, tomatoes, biddies, and chickens

We came home to raise babies, tomatoes, biddies, and chickens

“I just moved from Tennessee back home to north Pensacola. We are now living in my grandmother’s old wood house in the woods on the Florida-Alabama line. The floors are wooden, the walls are wooden and the ceiling is wooden. I have a 2-month-old baby girl. Her mom had a son daughter and I adopted them. Went from 0 to 3 within a year and I love it. We decided to come home and raise some babies, tomatoes, biddies, and chickens. I am getting them baby goats next week because every kid deserves a baby goat. They are the sweetest things in the world and they are loyal like a dog, and eat all of the weeds, but they don’t shit everywhere. The property is on 20 acres from my mom’s house. We used to take the red wagon down the field to my nanny’s house and now my kids can take the wagon down the field to their nanny’s.”

“Nobie Ana on my tattoo is from my granny that raised me. That is her middle name and she was ashamed of it, but I love it and that name tattooed in on my wrist. Her favorite flower was a rose and that is on my tattoo too. The other tattoo is Seop, it means storyteller. I have a development publishing deal with Brad Paisley’s company and next week and I will submit a few songs. I am writing a pilot for a TV show Hippie Redneck Gospel Love. I like the hippie vibe, I am from the country and redneck as shit, and raised in church with gospel music and that is how we want to love the people in our lives.”

 

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