Starting, buying a small Maine farm, you have dirt in your veins.
Maybe farming is in your background. Or just a new desire to till the dirt, grow anything, raise something on those pastures. That notion may have started from days growing up back on your grandparent's farm spread. And you are just waiting for the right time in your life to become a Maine farmer, producer, grower.
But not like the old black and white television show Green Acres.
We're being serious. This is not a joke, for the at home or studio audience laughter.
And a major move, for you and your family.
A big departure from your typical job description to date you have typed out on your pretty impressive resume to date.
Time to loosen up that pin stripe tie, remove the diamond cufflinks.
Unbutton that top one on the collar of your monogrammed tailored just for you dress shirt.
Two camps surround you in your Maine farm notion in the circle of old friends in your urban setting.
Those that think you are crazy with this notion of buying, running, making a living off a Maine farm. The other half excited, dreaming right along with you but stuck behind.