If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.A while ago, e Harmony came out with an article entitled 15 Reasons to Date a Farmer. The rural lifestyle provides plenty of fresh air, vitamin D, and panoramic views with zero skyscrapers in sight. You can visit your date at work -- if you don't mind getting manure on your shoes. Eventually, I think we all give up and sandwiches it is! The rural lifestyle DOES provide you with fresh air, vitamin D, and panoramic views, but it is one of the hardest things you will do. This constant worry will be there always and stress is something you come to live with on a day-to-day basis.As I was reading through the 15 reasons, I was literally laughing out loud. So I figured I'd amend the article a little bit, make it a little more REAL rather than fantasy land like e Harmony has it sound. It takes a lot of planning because the grocery store is miles and miles away and guess what, you can't just stop there after work, it takes constant cleaning because your house is always dusty or your farmer is always tracking in mud or dirt, it takes doing some of the dirtiest laundry you will ever do in your life because your farmer comes home covered in manure, and it takes learning to do things on your own without your significant other because guess what, he/she will be gone a lot. Even though we can plan out our year on paper, there is a lot of uncertainty in farming.Here are the 15 Reasons to Date a Farmer according to e Harmony: 1. In fact, your farmer is probably already based somewhere -- with long-term plans to stay there. Many farmers subscribe to good ol' fashioned family values -- and will be proud to treat you with gentleness and respect. There's something sexy about working the land, cultivating plants and raising beef that nourish a nation. If you are the least bit co-dependent, dating a farmer will be the hardest relationship you will ever have. The potential to make a ton of money is just as easy to lose a ton of money. In my 10 ways, that's just a few off a huge list of ways your life will change. They must have both brains and brawn to keep their farm running successfully. Farmers are community players, often helping out neighboring farms when another farmer is struggling to get their crops in on time. Trying to prepare meals on the go for months on end WILL test your creativity in the kitchen to the fullest. But it's a fine line to walk before your farmer will start expecting your help and teaching you how to do things like drive tractor. Farmers ARE small business owners and as any small business owner knows, it does require brains and brawn but it also carries A TON of stress.
I think I will tell you more if we get a match body type about average.
The truth is, if you read my 10 Ways Marrying a Farmer Changes Your Life, that dating a farmer is hard. Lots of things can happen that will cause failures.
It isn't this happy fantasy land like e Harmony has you believe. If anything farmers are some of the un-healthiest eaters I know. If you can't handle uncertainty, dating a farmer may not be for you. Okay, so e Harmony hit this one right on the nail... Farmers are a wealth of knowledge about the land, the history of the land, plants, crops, and all sorts of other interesting things.
George, the farmer, had so many children that he ran out of names.
So he started calling his kids after something around his farm.