Friends of the Donkey Whisperer Farm,

God in Jesus Christ name has blessed us with almost twenty flat acres in sunny Sequim, Washington in the blue hole (sunshine), Washington State.  Our land comes with irrigation and nothing else so we have lot’s of work to do to say the least. We are looking forward to trusting Jesus to help us build this new farm as we plan to grow our own orchard hay (low sugar/protein) hay. Donkeys cannot eat alfalfa hay.

The semi-truck accident has left me with a permanent disability with the three large screws in my pelvis, pain, spasms and my lower back gets black and blue from the nerve pain.  The doctors have told me my pain will get worse not better as I age but I am not giving up I am trusting Jesus to heal my body and mind and help me enjoy my life each and every day to the fullest.

Praying for 3 years for this land

GOD is amazing; the story behind how we received the opportunity to buy this land is a GOD story.  Stay tuned, as I will share how we transform this property into the beautiful Donkey Whisperer Farm.

We have accomplished three major tasks already, we have a physical address, road permit, and the entire property will be fenced with Red Brand horse fencing to keep predators out and ensure our animals do not get to the highway.  GOD is amazing, and we give all the glory to Jesus Christ!

GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!


A New Donkey Whisperer Farm

10 thoughts on “A New Donkey Whisperer Farm

  1. The new place looks great, Melody and I bet it will look awesome when everything is all squared away.
    My doctor said today that everything looks good so far and wants me to wear a back brace till I see him again in 6 weeks. And he wants me to have a new set of xrays a few days before I see him too. He also recommended I take some kind of ibuprofen, like Aleve or something for the inflammation and I may see an improvement in the pain. That was about it. Tired now and hurting so I am just chilling for tonight.
    Maybe someday my fiance and I can come visit out there to see your new place. It looks great! Have a great evening!

    • Hi Kristy,

      Thanks for reading my blog and taking a moment to comment. Yes indeed we live about 40 minutes from them now but will be much closer when we move to Sequim.
      Kisses on the nose to all of your most beautiful Mammoth donkeys on your beautiful farm.

  2. Sending up prayers and blessings on your lives and asking God for a smooth move to a new beautiful Donkey Whisperer Farm….God is so very good and He provides the answers to all our prayers in His timing…I stand with you in believing you will be healed and your body restored by His grace. Prayers for all your animals and Donkeys to make a easy move to their new home. God Bless You All…Sending God Hugs to You:)

    • Thank you so very much! GOD is in total control of everything we surrender to him as he is our Lord and Savior in precious Jesus Christ name. GOD makes good out of bad and I am grateful to finally move into the good as so much bad has been on our plate for three years now. The semi-truck accident changed everything, I am disabled but not dead in fact in many ways I am stronger now than before.
      Sending love, peace, health and a big hug back to you my friend! Melody

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