Hey, I’m Amy. Welcome to Beloved Harvest! Here you’ll find some of my thoughts on life, generally inspired by my passion for the outdoors, adventure, and sustainable agriculture.
I was born in Detroit, and grew up travelling each summer with my parents. The places we were able to visit set a fire in my heart, for a love of new experiences with a mindset of endless exploration. I also grew up playing softball and riding horses. Softball took me to college, and horses took me to Colorado. I spent my college summers working on a ranch in the Rockies, returning to school in Detroit each fall. After graduation, I headed back to the mountains, to learn more in-depth about the working side of the grass-fed cattle and bison industries.
Now, I’m back in the mitten state, living in the northeast lower peninsula, learning more about many different sides of agriculture, and roping some dreams I’ve had since day one. Stay tuned for a bunch of adventures on the way toward my goals.
Some things I love: Jesus. Horses. America. My chocolate Lab pup, Lindy. Carhartt, it’s a Detroit company, gotta rep the hometown! Campfires. Fine horsemanship. Cattle. Hiking. Camping. Shed antlers. Ranch life. Coffee. Pendleton, both Woolen Mills and Whisky. Breakfast food. Mexican food. Utah. The designated hitter. Good music, books, and movies. Art, especially photography and watercolor painting. Kayaking. Love. Honesty. Hard work. Respect. Figuring out life and learning along the way.
My blog name, Beloved Harvest, comes from the meanings of my first and middle name. Amy means “beloved” in Latin, and Theresa means “harvest” in Greek. Put them together and there ya go 😉 Beloved Harvest is also the name of my Etsy shop, which you can visit by clicking here.
I hope you read something among these posts that makes you think or makes you laugh. Thanks so much for stopping by. I really appreciate it.
“Those to whom God gives riches and property, and grants power to partake of them, so that they receive their lot and find joy in the fruits of their toil: This is a gift from God. For they will hardly dwell on the shortness of life, because God lets them busy themselves with the joys of their hearts.” – Ecclesiastes 5:18-19, NABRE
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