About The Farm Paparazzi

Hey! I’m Liz and I’m a happy farmer’s wife and mom, passionate about agriculture, grateful for God’s grace and muddling through the best way I know how. I’m armed with an automatic camera setting and stealth crouching abilities.

The Farm PaparazziI am married to my best friend, Tyler, and we farm in Southeast Wyo. Tyler raises corn, dry beans, and malt barley. Since we welcomed our little girl in 2015, my hands-on contribution to the farm have morphed from running tractor and running supplies into running the office, running meals, and running the kiddo out to the tractor so I can have an hour to myself!

Ella Goes to Work | The Farm Paparazzi

Tyler & Liz

Jesus Christ is our Lord and Savior and we give all the glory to God. In agriculture and life you learn what you have control over (maybe .1%) and what you don’t (99.9%…see, I’m really good at math). We’ve seen the amazing work God does in our lives and it makes us glad He is in control. The most important decision in life is to accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior. If you ever have questions about making that decision, or what it means to follow Christ, we’d be thrilled to talk to you about it. You can also read my testimony here.

 

I am a ChristianAs always, God Bless You & American Agriculture,

Liz

The Lord is my strength and shield. I trust him with all my heart. He helps me, and my heart is filled with joy. I burst out in songs of thanksgiving.
– Psalm 28:7, NLT

2 Responses to “About The Farm Paparazzi”

  1. Emily Grace April 25, 2014 at 3:42 pm #

    Hi Liz! I’m so pleased to meet you. I found your site through your watermarked images on the real ranchers blog for Wyoming.

    I love your second paragraph about what you do and how you stalk husband photo ops. So true, so fun!:) Glad to find a fellow PR person/farmwife/photographer. Such career peers are hard to find – I’m glad to see you out here blogging!

    Best,
    Emily Grace

    • thefarmpaparazzi April 29, 2014 at 2:36 pm #

      Hi Emily! So glad to connect with you through the blogosphere! I’ll check out your blog as well. Keep in touch! – Liz

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