About


Ten years ago, my husband and I bought an old farmhouse in the Oregon countryside. Over the years,  we documented our renovation journey through our A Country Farmhouse blog. We eventually sold that home, and relocated back to New England. Along with this change of scenery, the blog transitioned to become known as In the Fields. And as we now enjoy the ease and comforts of our lovely rental house, we are waiting for our next home to come along.

Besides musings on my love of historic architecture (owned or rented), this blog also relays musings on my other great passions...country life, green living, antiques, and organic foods. 

We are also happy parents to our son and daughter. Together as a family of four, we live a contented life in the country sharing with them the wonders of nature and the simple life. 

Catherine


12 comments :

mochellerodgers@yahoo.comI said...

I really enjoyed your article on "Behind the Scene's of a Photo Shoot"

I admire your ideas on style, lifestyle, and health. It made me wish we were neighbors so we could can food and swap recipes.

I hate to shop and I am not a browser, but your table runner has inspired me to hunt down some goodies that even I can afford.

Thank you so much for sharing your home and your beautiful family. Best wishes for you all and may your holiday be bright.

cajunmomof2boys said...

I always wanted a farmhouse. Your house is awesome.

Robin said...

Just stumbled on your lovely blog and have been meandering around for some time this morning...
Just a note to say thank you for the inspiration~
xo
Robin
All Things Heart and Home

cajunmomof2boys said...

What color is your exterior door? Thanks love your house.

A Country Farmhouse said...

Our front door is Evergreens by Sherwin and Williams!
Best, Trina

Patricia said...

Hi,
Just wanted to see how the move went and if you're looking to start a new blog about your new place? Look forward to hopefully seeing pictures soon. You're such a great inspiration.
Patricia

Anonymous said...

Hello,

I have loved combing through your blog over the years and was also just checking in (as the person above) to see if you were possibly posting pictures of your latest adventures.

I'll check back again ...

Shelley Rose

Kelly Robins said...

On pins and needles, awaiting good news. You are an inspiration. Hope the move was smooth and the kids handled the transition well. Kelly

Anonymous said...

Love love love your site. Can't wait until you start posting your new venture. Maybe you can share your "lookings" with us as you check them out. What I enjoy most about following you is your realness. Is that a word? Have fun deciding on your maybe permanent new home.
Vicki Carol

Gema Lane said...

Thank you for creating such a beautiful and simple blog and lifestyle! I often oscillate between two lifestyles: urban and country-living and your blog tilts the scales! I hope you'll take the time to visit my blog: www.gemakarolina.wordpress.com when you get a moment!
Gema

Carrie said...

What a lovely place you have and are creating! My husband and I purchased a Circa 1790 home that we are in the process of renovating. Fun, hard work, and lots of things very unexpected along the way!

Shavonda@AHomeFullOfColor said...

Your home is breathtaking. I have such an affinity for old houses and I hope one day to be the proud owner of an old beauty in heed of love. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful home and perfectly simple life with us.

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