Hey there! I’m Brianna. [Wife, mama, and a woman of many interests.]
Some of my favorite things include: my husband, our farm kids, wine, living a simple life, playing paparazzi, farm living, organization and HGTV.
I’m farm kid at heart and grew up on a dairy with beautiful bovines. I have an old soul and am a proud introvert who enjoys quiet reflection, journaling, family breakfasts on the weekend, Starbucks Blonde espresso and cozy nights spent at home. I love to nerd out about “people science”. And if you love enneagram, Predictive Index, DISC and Meyers-Briggs, I think we’ll get along juuuuuust fine.
When I’m not crafting marketing plans on the daily at my full-time career, you can find me with my family, at home or checking on the ladies out at the farm. Or volunteering with the Wisconsin 4-H Foundation raising funds for the future of our youth. If it’s nice out and not winter in Wisconsin, it’s brats and burgers on the grill, sidewalk chalk in the driveway and likely a mix of country, Christian and 80’s music playing on Pandora.
What does farming mean to me?
Farming is a way of life. When Ryan and I were first dating (thank you Ro and Farm Bureau for making that connection), one of our first conversations centered around the way we were raised, the values that growing up on a farm instilled and where we see our roots in the future. Fast-forward to today and farming is a fiber of our being. We love watching our kids grow up the same way we did and take pride in caring for our animals and land.
What I’ve learned since purchasing our own piece of land is that farming is not easy – there’s a lot you can’t control. In fact, the list of what you can control is a short one. But, on the bright side, it’s a guaranteed adventure and an ongoing evolution of where you’ve been, where you are and where you’re going.
Bring it on.