Life (and Love) is a Funny Thing

"If you would have told me two years ago, 'You will be happier than you've ever been in your life, but you will be living is a 112-year-old farm house . and you will be a full-time farmer . married to your high school sweetheart who you haven't seen in 10 years,' I would have said, 'You're crazy."

I loved this story of a couple who run and own a CSA in Tennessee.

Just goes to show you that the life you're building now may not be the life you end up with in 10 years. To me, that's a comforting thought...not that I don't like my life now, or that I totes want to become a farmer married to a former male model (you know, whatevs) but I like how it speaks to the fluidity of our existence. There is more yet to come, and it might be completely different than we expect.

It's just funny how life works, eh?