I only pray the fields would be as dry and productive as when Lars,Spencer, and I took this picture

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Wisconsin farming is a beautiful sight. There really is a need for the crops to completely seed or the price of food will be out of control. 

The fields are turning to Fall, my Son chalks it up! (edit/delete)

It is time to get back to what farmer Braatz does best; that is selling real Estate. The Jersey Steers, and the Hampshire lambs tend to take to my son Spencer more. The good thing about my lesson in farming is it really brought me back to Earth. The private six acre lake is out of view. There are also beautiful summer kitchens, and fields of wild flowers. I look at this picture and really don't mind wearing a suit now. I do laugh still when I think about wearing my barn shoes with my blue jeans, and forgetting to change them before walking in my office.

Tom Braatz

 

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Jo-Anne Smith
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Tom,

I'm glad that Spencer, Lars and yourself had this experience of living on a farm. It sounds very beautiful and I'm sure the memories will remain with Spencer always, just as they do with you.

My sons grew in character and learned great appreciation for life and the beauty of nature from growing up on the farm.

Jo

Jun 29, 2008 11:13 AM #1
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Yu are the cooloest, my for ever friend

Tom

Jun 29, 2008 11:30 AM #2
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Linda Doherty
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Hi there, I hope that the sun does come out and the rain stops, I wish you the best of luck in both of your careers.  I am new to the real estate world, I love it, but it has its moments :-) good luck to you guys and I pray it all works out and you have a great harvest this fall...

Lynn

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Carol Culkin
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Tom - You have the best of both worlds and I can tell you love it all!

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