Get to know Tracy
I love how Tracy describes herself on her Facebook page.
I love God and the many blessings He has given me – #1 being my family!! I LOVE life and HATE the word impossible! I’m a team player and tend to get tooooo overwhelmed at times!
Jim and I have been married 29 years – we have 4 daughters – Jamie/26, Jenna/23, Taylor/17, and Callie/14. We’re still involved with the custom harvesting which takes us through the midwest beginning mid May and home mid September.
Tracy is a blogger an you can find her at Nebraska Wheatie.
Perhaps one of the most interesting aspect of Tracy is their wheat harvesting business. They travel from Texas to Montana. And if you want to follow their harvesting journey, you can subscribe to their email updates on their adventures. Just go to her blog and there is a subscribe email option. She also has really great stories and pictures on her blog. It will draw you in where you want to read more and more. At least it did for me.
Time for the Gift Exchange Reveal
Needless to say, Tracy did a fabulous job!. Let’s take a look. First she sent me a box of candies. And who doesn’t love candies! And the best part is these candies are made just miles from Tracy’s home. I also received some zinnia seeds from her garden. These seeds originated from her “Secret Santa” of the previous year. Kind of a gift that keeps giving. I definitely will be planting them this year in my garden.
I also received a very cute country snowman decor for my kitchen and as you can see, I have it displayed. She used a kitchen grater and put a snowman on the front. This was made by Tracy. Very cute!
Perhaps my favorite is a DVD of the Great American Wheat Harvest, which the Zeorians were fortunate to be involved in the documentary. She also included a condensed version that can be used by FFA groups, which I will pass on. I love to learn about different types of farms and this gift is really special because I really know nothing about wheat.
I really enjoyed this gift exchange. It’s always so fun to learn about other farmers. Thanks again Tracy! And I encourage you to follow Tracy’s blog and her wheat harvesting adventures. And I would recommend checking out the other gift exchanges!