Emma: Is it the end already?

EmmaThis year has been one for the books. It was a hard summer considering we had nothing to cut, but it has been a great blessing as well. Since we were stuck at home, we were able to catch up on a lot of things we have put on the back burner. The biggest project was restoring Dad’s antique tractors. Mom has decided, with the help of Dan and I, to have an auction and sell what Dad called his “retirement.” It is going to be hard on all of us to let them go. I kind of hate to see the “ol’ girls” go, as Dad would say.

Emma: End of 2014
Mid-November is the tentative time for the auction. If you would like to, click this link and see what we have to sell. Pictures will be up soon and the website will be updated as we progress toward the sale date.

There are a lot of things I do not like about this time of year. Everything seems to be ending. It is time for Austin to go back to school as well. It has been a good time having him around and we are glad that he was able to come. I know I have used the word “bittersweet”  in pretty much every closing post, but I cannot find a better word to describe it.

Thank you avid followers. It is you who make my job worth it! A big thanks to High Plains Journal and New Holland Agriculture for making AAWH possible. This year has been very unpredictable. We have leaned on our faith throughout this year’s ups and downs and we will continue to lean on Him to lead us through. I am very hopeful for what the future might bring and look forward to next years wheat harvest!

Until then, please be safe and God bless you and yours!

Emma: AAWH 2014 shirts
(L to R) Austin, Kristy (aka Momma Misener), Me, Dan and the dogs, Heidi and Jesse.

All Aboard Wheat Harvest™ is sponsored by High Plains Journal and New Holland Agriculture. Emma can be reached at emma@allaboardharvest.com

About Emma Misener

Misener Family Harvesters is based in Elk City, Okla. The youngest of six, Emma started as a field manager at the age of 15 and has been on the harvest trail as long as she can remember.
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4 Responses to Emma: Is it the end already?

  1. Judy Horsch says:

    Hey Miseners – Love that picture. It’s not the end of anything – but just time for the next “paragraph” for this year! It has been a different year especially weather wise.

    But for me – I just want to say that Emma’s All Aboard Wheat Harvest has AGAIN put alot of smiles on my face. I can hardly wait for next year.

    In the meantime, Good Luck with the auction. Yes it will be hard but you know Ron (Dad) will be there making sure the bid is high enough (haha) and watching over all of you. Soon as you get a poster available I’ll be sharing it here in Kansas.

    Missing all of you !!!

    God Bless!
    Judy Horsch

  2. Sharon and Harry Drake says:

    Well, you folks have a lot to think about now. Just know that someone else will enjoy the tractors. Probably not as much as your Dad.
    There is a radio station KFRM 550 am out of Salina. All ag. there is a guy they talk to every Moday called Machinery Pete, actually Greg Peterson. He tells about alll the actions he goes to for farm machinery. Look him up and he might come and look at your tractors.
    Thank you for sharing your life. Harry and Sharon Drake soouth central Kansas

  3. charles durham says:

    Best of LUCK to all of you. Time does march on for all of us.
    God Bless YOU an yours.

  4. Tom Taylor says:

    Emma, you did a wonderful job in a tough harvest year and thank you for your wonderful blogs and videos. I look forward to next year and pray that 2015 brings a bountiful harvest for all farmers!

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