In some of the comments after the article, a few women were talking about how farmers are usually meat and potatoes guys and won't challenge them in the kitchen.Trying to prepare meals on the go for months on end WILL test your creativity in the kitchen to the fullest.The truth is, if you read my 10 Ways Marrying a Farmer Changes Your Life, that dating a farmer is hard.It isn't this happy fantasy land like e Harmony has you believe.
A while ago, e Harmony came out with an article entitled 15 Reasons to Date a Farmer.
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.
That doesn't equate to "fit, toned, and tanned".) (Here is another one where I literally laughed out loud. Some will view you as an equal partner in the relationship where you will be working just as hard.2.
There IS something sexy about working the land and cultivating plants, I mean Kenny Chesney even sings about how she finds his tractor sexy... Instead he brings home "the bread" in another sense so that we can live a comfortable life. Farmers do indeed have roots where they are settled and usually have long-term plans to stay there, but I wouldn't necessarily see this as a reason to date a farmer.
Being someone who moved because I fell in love with a farmer, it's a hard sacrifice to give up your life where you are now and move because the farmer you are dating is rooted where he is. Of course, it can end up being a blessing in disguise, but it doesn't take away the fact it is tough.4.
Cooking for a farmer during harvest season will challenge your creativity in the kitchen.