~December Brings New Life~


Sandra and Blase Weston Ryland, son of Peter and Francesca Ryland.

Sandra and Blase Weston Ryland, son of Peter and Francesca Ryland.

This is sweeter than honey!!  Pretty exciting around here lately and the photo above is one of the reasons why.  Peter and Frenchy had a baby boy on December 14, her due date.  It was a beautiful birth and we are thankful that all went well for mom and baby.  Fred and I now have 5 grandchildren to spoil.  We thank God for this new life.

Rowdy longing to come in to see the new baby.

Rowdy longing to come in to see the new baby.

I couldn’t help taking this photo of Rowdy.  He has been replaced by a Peter, Kallie Jo and now a new baby boy.  How cute he looked peering in the sliding door.  Often times he goes up to their house to hang out with them, Frenchy being his first love.  Of course, there is always some dog food to steal  from his sister Babe:)

Aunt Mary and her new nephew.

Aunt Mary and her new nephew.

One of Peter’s sisters arrived in perfect time to see Blase on his birthday!  What luck. We enjoyed seeing Mary, although the visit was much too short.  Come back again and see us soon.

Sheep are extra hungry with all of the snow and cold weather.

Sheep are extra hungry with all of the snow and cold weather.

I think it’s safe to assume we will have a white Christmas this year.   There is no way it will melt away in the next couple of days.  It is beautiful in the country and even our dirt roads are snow-covered still.  The moisture is appreciated very much.

That’s all for now folks.  We still have much to do in preparation for Christmas.  The girls are making a delicious mess in the kitchen of Bismarck’s and it needs to be cleaned.  An early Merry Blessed Christmas to all of you.  May you be blessed today and in the coming New Year.  Life is good and we wish each and every one of you all the best!

About Callens Honey Farm

We live on a small family farm located in S.W. Minnesota, near the South Dakota border. The source of our honey is from white and red clover. The honey appears as liquid gold in color. Our honey is extracted using a hand cranked centrifugal force extractor. Then the honey is screened once into a holding container from which we later fill the small honey bottles. We do not heat treat the honey nor add any other ingredients. Pure and natural is our Minnesota honey! What could taste better?
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6 Responses to ~December Brings New Life~

  1. Karla in MN says:

    Congratulations on the newest blessing, Blase! Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and blessings in the New Year!

  2. Roger & Diane Citrowske says:

    Congratulations to the new member of the family and also to the grandparents. Children are a blessing from the LORD. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Love your posts.

  3. bookendsmom says:

    Sandra, congratulations on the new family blessing, beautiful little Blase. Much love from FD!

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