Rodney and I were blessed to have Brooke Nicole Fuston come into this world on October 4, 2018 at 5:28pm. She weighed 6 lbs 14 oz and was 20 1/2 inches long. We are so in love with her. This is Brooke and her pediatrician, Dr. Alami. This is the same pediatrician I had growing … Continue reading Brooke Nicole Fuston
Author: As the Seed Grows-Life Beneath the Caprock
It’s a GIRL!
Rodney and I are so excited to announce that we will be having a little girl in October! We could not be happier. We have prayed for her, and the Lord has truly blessed us with a healthy baby. We had a gender reveal party with our family. It was a fun way to reveal … Continue reading It’s a GIRL!
Cameron’s Graduation at Texas A&M University
My brother, Cameron graduated from Texas A&M last month. Our family is incredibly proud of all his accomplishments and goals that he has met this far. Cameron was involved in many leadership activities during college. He was a part of Fish Camp, Class Councils, Muster and Breakaway. Cameron received a job offer before he graduated … Continue reading Cameron’s Graduation at Texas A&M University
Harvest finished up in December of 2017 for Fuston and Sons Farms. The weather made harvest go well, other than not getting a freeze when needed, which delayed harvest for a few weeks because some of the early dry land didn't want to open up. We feel blessed and fortunate for the crop that we … Continue reading 2017 Harvest
2nd Annual Fuston Ladies Christmas Party
Christmas is my favorite time of year. For me, family is a major part of the season. Fortunately, there are many family members that live in close proximity of each other here below the caprock. The Fuston ladies came together for the second annual “Fuston Ladies Christmas” in December. We enjoyed each others company, catching … Continue reading 2nd Annual Fuston Ladies Christmas Party
This year Halloween has been fun, creepy, and even a little spooky. Between shopping for candy, looking for the perfect decorations, baking pies, watching Hocus Pocus too many times, and fighting the urge to eat a caramel apple every time I turn around, this Fall season has been very busy! This is my favorite season … Continue reading Happy Halloween!
Fall Update on the 2017 Crop
It's been awhile but I want to give an update on the Cotton Crop. It has been a tough season. However, we are fortunate for what we have in our current crop production. We will take a look back on the growing season to where we are today! Where we left off the last crop … Continue reading Fall Update on the 2017 Crop
We have baby kitties! Our cat, Sassy, had a litter of four babies. Three of them are white with black spots, and one is calico. This is Sassy's first litter, so we were a little nervous to find out what kind of mom she was going to be. Fortunately, she has been a great mom! … Continue reading Sassy’s Babies
Fuston Family Reunion
Last weekend Rodney and I attended the Fuston Family Reunion in Turkey. There was a great turnout with around 80 family members who attended. The Fustons have been in Turkey, Texas for over a century. Thomas Richardson Fuston was the first Fuston to move to Turkey back in 1904. He married a lady named Anna … Continue reading Fuston Family Reunion
Planting & Watching the Seed Grow
As the ground temperature warms up, the planters roll out of the barn to hit the fields where they will spend long hours and nights over the next few weeks. One crucial step in the planting process is to make sure the fields are clean. Spray rigs run in front of the planter to make sure … Continue reading Planting & Watching the Seed Grow