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November Newsletter and turkey delivery schedule

Posted 11/7/2017 10:35am by Jeremy House.

Howdy from the farm,

I know this is on a lot of peoples minds:

Turkey Delivery Schedule 

Monday Nov 20 Frankfort 7-7:30pm corner of Oak and Kansas, Frankfort farmers market loction
Monday Nov 20 Peoria Noon pm. Crosssfit North Peoria 8002 N Sommer St
Tuesday Nov 21 Moline 4:30-5pm Great River Chiropractic
Tuesday Nov 21 Elgin 5-5:30pm 
Tuesday Nov 21 Arlington Heights 7:15-7:45pm 1602 W. Roanoke Dr.
Arlington Hts, IL 60004

Wednesday November 22 Chicago Primal Gym 1235w Belmont 9:40-10:20am

Wednesday Nov 22 Green City Market Peggy Notebeart Nature Museum 11am -Noon in the marina parking lot across the street
Wednesday Nov 22 Downer Grove 4-4:30pm Immanuel Lutheran Church
5211 Carpenter Street
(at Grove Street)

If you are wanting meat or eggs for the second Saturday deliveries please order them by Thursday at the latest. We may not have enough cases of flats for this delivery. They will be first ordered first served.


November, turkey, Thanksgiving, giving thanks.

Not long ago we had friends over for a meal and our guests were beginning a 28 day no complaining challenge. It has offered a different perspective to the way I sometimes view challenges in this life.  A similar idea is the verse "in everything give thanks." Last Sunday I overdid it, one of the things I did was run a 10K and now my right knee is a little sore. (I'm already on the uptick). Sunday morning my knee was fine and I didn't even think about my knee, no complaining but no being thankful either. As I was running I passed a guy that I'm sure didn't have right knee pain after the race. I can be sure because missing his leg from just above the knee down. So I can complain about my knee being sore, or I can forget to be thankful that I have a knee, but to do so is to miss so much. I wonder if someday we will able look back on our lives a realize how acute the danger was, that we were unaware of?

As I look back on the year for our family it has been in a very good way boring. While I know others whose each day is a challenge almost every day who would be thankful for the minor things I find myself complaining about. This year I have been reminded to be thankful in everything, for the time when everything is working without issue and to be thankful when life is hard. Mostly I have been reminded to be thankful for the one who will never leave me or forsake me.

Thank you for making our farm your farm,

Jeremy, Cherie and everyone at MHF