After leaving the neighborhood to start a farming business, our life was so much more relaxedâ€¦ I’d worked a corporate task for half our life and felt the pressure building! One morning, I visited a friend who’d quit and started a homestead in the country. I’d noticed a change in his that I admired and longed for, but he bought a couple of acres of land and kept all sorts of critters with his family. In addition, they even grew their own crops and sold the surplus at the farmers’ market, and after suffering a big loss at work, I had an anxiety attack that landed myself and others in the hospital, where the doctor encouraged myself and others to take it easy, and that was our wake-up call, so I quit our task, moved to the land I’d brought near our friend’s home, and began our farm. I wanted to keep sheep, chickens, and horses, which I appreciated. I’d rely on our large savings for some time and set up a remote consultancy company slowly. About a month ago, I checked on the sheep during Winter time and noticed the barn was chilly. It seemed the heating component had stopped laboring sometime in the night, and that’s why the sheep were bleating so loudly. I got our cellphone and called the AC company in neighborhood for help. I explained the AC system in the critter barn was broken, so they sent over an HVAC repair man to repair it, but he noticed the wiring for the AC component was fried, and he had to substitute it. Once the wires were fixed, the heating component was back on, and I felt all the critters relax and continue eating their morning meal.