We have lived on our farm for over 35 years. My life is embedded into the earth of Oak Haven, our farm. The glorious change of seasons, the smell of the woods, the sounds of the horses running and grazing, and dogs and cats scurrying around the farm are all part of the Divine cadence of life on the farm. We have been in the horse breeding business for over four decades. We had as many as 65 horses at one time. We kept an average of 35. I managed the 300-acre farm with 10 miles of board fence, a 20-acre lake, over 30 culverts, and a riding trail adjacent to the Chattahoochee National Forest.