Gratitude — and farm veggies — with Frank Infurna

Gratitude — and farm veggies — with Frank Infurna

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Finding a way to work together
to make sure things are getting done and everything stays alive
and happy is not as easy as it sounds. So we have pigs,
chickens, ducks – pretty much every vegetable
that you can think of. We can’t have a cow yet …
like, no … Five-year plan, five years! So gratitude is generally considered,
or defined, as a feeling of appreciation and thankfulness and on one study
that we’re doing now, we’re looking at, is it major life
events, such as losing one’s job or losing a close
loved one, that cause growth or really are an initiator of these
changes in gratitude. Whereas, you know, what we’re doing
here is more of a day-to-day process and really kind of honing in on
that and really, yeah, it’s a dynamic system. Lauren: Like, I think you’ve really
excelled in tractor work so I’m so grateful that I
have you to do that and your willingness to get
up in the middle of the night and irrigate! I’m grateful just that I have Lauren in my
life and that our paths crossed and here we are. Are you grateful for my like, knowledge,
and like, nurturing …? Frank: “Yeah, I’m …” *both laugh*
Lauren: “No, say how good I am at things!” Lauren: There’s different ways to
express it; there’s, you know, showing somebody that you care and then
telling somebody that you care and I think for us it’s mostly the
unspoken, because of all the chores and
just little day-to-day tasks that we have going on here, I think the
unspoken is usually what works well for us.

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