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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Just Waitin' for Karma

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  1. And that succinctly sums it up.

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  2. Exactly!
    When you think you are the smartest person in the room, more than likely you aren't. Jenna Woginrich is an example of that.

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  3. Either she figured a way to Vote many times on the Beekmans contest. . Or you may have a long wait

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  4. Wonder if she will back out of marathon day if the foot injury hasn't healed by now?

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  5. WoW only 4 comments it must be your Karma.

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    1. Thanks Jenna, isn't that your usual weekly total?

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  6. The first rule of lying is: don't lie to someone who knows the truth.

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  7. Yes you are correct $4,000 per week

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    Anna Kendrick
    Whatever bird #3
    They are all just fodder for another book or blog crap that sycophants suck up while on their Iphones in Brooklyn
    Yes its the new economy - see CAF as just a small entertainment site and nothing more, feel the cold drafty windows and sit back with am IPA and tweet your love

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  9. If I ever see her on a smart phone here, I'll try to snap a pic and post it. I'd like to catch her in the act. I'm sick of viewing her ugly, mustard phone too.

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    1. She's been seen in town texting away on a phone. Jenna Woginrich is a liar. You cannot believe anything that comes out of her mouth.
      I'm emailing/tweeting/you name it to get the word out to Anna Kendrick about the beautiful hawk that was named after her and died because her captor is an idiot.
      I bet she will just love that-not!

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  10. WoW interesting Karma

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    1. Hey, look everybody! I'm responding using "WoW" So everyone will know it's me (Jenna), biggest World of Warcraft fan on the planet!

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  11. On twitter she dusted off an old article from 2010 that she wrote for Mother Earth News. Wow way to stay current. That's just sad.

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  12. She's binged the entirety of her new favorite podcast this week out hawking: 32 episodes at an hour an episode. What a luxury to spend over 32 hours looking for a hawk. I thought she was a farmer? I know of no farmers with that kind of free time. None.

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    1. Actually find myself hoping she is thoroughly vortexed by a wicked upcoming winter. This "farmer's" Farmer's Almanac imagines a rough one.

      I can hardly believe I'm wishing someone ill, but I apparently am.

      Not that I'm imagining her fawning fans or some new free cash scheme of hers won't save her sad a$$ again. And, of course, weather & animal/personal health issues (over which, natch, she has no control) are perfect grist for the CAF mill.

      Gather the grindings as ye may if you can tear yourself away from the screen - or if the power goes off - yikes!, ready to go straight into the Substandard CAF Silo of Sorry Sobbing and Stupid, Stubborn Self-indulgence. Oh, the Scary Stress of it all - and while Single and Stinky! Let the wolf creep games begin!

      If only Merlin and gang didn't have to suffer with her.

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  13. What a shallow life she leads. The only thing that gets her motor running is binge watching/listening, booze, and free money!

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  14. She's a shallow, self serving narcissist. She's mentally ill and couldn't hack it in the real world and now she can't hack it in "Jenna's world." She is always one handout away from disaster.
    And no I do not believe that the troll commenting on this thread is Snowflake. Just another loser in need of attention. Let's not feed the troll.
    I can't wait to throw her two books that I own into the stove when it gets cooler out. I will take a pic of them going up in flames and tweet it. #ColdAntlerSham

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  15. WoW when do we get to Sham Three ? No comments here on Sham Too

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    1. How about Sham-WoW?

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    2. Don't feed the trolls.

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  16. Cracks me up that Snowflake has less than 10 comments on her recent posts. Many have less than 5 comments.
    People are losing interest in her shit show life.

    Whining about finances one minute then spending either money or time frivolously the next.

    Someone call a wahhhhhhhhmbulance for Jenna stat!

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  17. Today's reddit humor: Hey guys, I have been very distant on the sub this summer, but I'll be back! Just overwhelmed with farm work, finances, freelance, and keeping a roof over my head. Things are in no way bad - just demanding constant resourcefulness and it has taken a lot of my online time away that I would spend on reddit/WoW/etc. I'm not going anywhere just on a bit of a wifiatus

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    1. Huh.... I thought she didn't have wifi and had dial up

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    2. Oh, haha, the demanding schedule of a struggling farm gal: so much to do and worry about and no time for twiddling about with the pesky wifi that's always calling. Liar, liar, pants on fire!

      Life's a bitch when you're not really in charge of it and the grownups have left the area.

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    3. As if anyone cares that she hasn't posted lately. Comical that she felt the need to post that she was on a break when no one was even looking for her.

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    4. Could someone give me a quick lesson for Reddit? Whenever I go there, I search, then a bunch of topics come up. Some post a year ago, months ago, etc.

      Nothing is ever in date order either in the main topics or in the reply section.

      Is there a way to do that? I find myself scrolling through old stuff all the time looking for this latest reddit like you posted above.

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    5. My guess is Jenna Woginrich did not stop posting on reddit because she was busy. I think she stopped posting because, a) she received criticism for her wall phone post and b) because someone called her out on the begging and shams.

      I think she took a little vacation hoping people would forget.

      And I believe Anon 8:16 is right - no one was looking for her.

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  18. Constant resourcefulness... Like canning fruits and veggies? Like chopping and stacking wood for the winter? Like reinforcing the fences so the damn animals stay where they are supposed to? Nope going looking for a hawk that will be another mouth to feed with no rto

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    1. OMG, itching for attention and admiring gazes, Mr. Mustard bleats out his selfie yet again. I guess it's been a couple of weeks since all those trapped in Jenna's world have been able to admire - and hoot - at his pathetic, ugly, "simple life" (har de har) self.

      Hi, hon. Get a job. Or get Jenna to try to get a job so she can give you some action while calling employers to see if there is still a vacancy.

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  19. I wonder if Jenna considers her sister to be a breeding "poodle," since she has a family and kids. I'll bet that she's secretly jealous, 'cause she can't even attract a hipster heathen.

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  20. Anyone want to place a gentlemens bet on JW finding an excuse to skip race day? She's got so much cash she can afford to skip out on 1/2 marathon this weekend. It's actually a biz expense now that she can write off on taxes cuz she spent so much time writing about it.

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    1. Well, the race is affiliated with Make-A-Wish now, so I'm sure her entry fee will be written off as a "charity donation."

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    2. Nice call...

      "hey people who run events? If the forecast calls for heavy rain and thunderstorms are these events still held?!"

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    3. I saw that too! Hey, JW, how about you call or email the race officials? I'm sure they'll know what's going on. A little rain shouldn't bother our scrappy gal. After all, she showers in the back yard.

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  21. Seriously. Whenever someone posts in jennas comments about why her animals always get out one of her sheeple always have to comment about how much experience the original poster has with animals. What does it matter. Everyone knows that the pigs are supposed to be in a certain area....the question yet again is why they are out of that area....again

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  22. I wonder what will happen to her animals while she is running the 1/2 marathon. That's a lot of hours for them to roam free.

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  23. Tyrs Good Hand membership down to only 9. There are only two other members going to the run today and that's because they are participating...

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  24. I watched the start of the run and I think I saw her (29 seconds into the video). So...good for her for not backing out, I just hope her animals aren't running all over the place.
    https://www.facebook.com/53912214701/videos/10154050459534702/

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    1. That must be hell for her. All those other special snowflakes together with her? I mean, I watched and there were hundreds of people running. You mean other people run too? Not just her? She's not the only person in that area that runs? I thought she was the only woman runner in Jackson County. That is the next name of her book, right? One Woman Runner? Wow. Thats gotta be tough for her to find out that there are so so so many other snowflakes out there... Just be unique, like everyone else.

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    2. Yep, her for sure in the gray scoop neck tee w/black band at collar, screen center. I'm rather surprised she showed as well, although with others from TGH going could have been tough for her to wimp out. I'm actually impressed.

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    3. Yep. Looks like some pretty fancy, new running shoes.

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    4. She doesn't look remotely like those muscle-man pics she posted of herself. I'd say +20 lbs. or so. Not body shaming, just noticing a def. difference. And hey, she's the one that posted those in the first place.

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    5. Yeah, I'm not shaming either. I think she looks absolutely fine at any weight. But I didn't recognize her at first because I thought she would look more like the pics she's been posting right along.

      Also, she wasn't surrounded by "lululemon models" -- there were bodies of all types.

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  25. Ms.Woginrich, your pants are on fire.

    She tweeted this yesterday:

    Jenna Woginrich ‏@coldantlerfarm
    @architactor haven't had any sort of cell phone for 2 years now

    Yet six months, ago in a discussion on reddit, she clearly indicates she still has a cell phone.

    She responds to someone informing her cells still work for 911 in an emergency:

    "I have heard that as long as you have service 911 works. But I don't carry it along anymore. I should if I am hunting or riding."

    https://www.reddit.com/r/asatru/comments/45upfa/weekly_discussion_show_and_tell_thread_215/

    It's small lie, for sure, but what's interesting is why she felt the need to lie at all.

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  26. Wow, Wipaddler, only one animal has ever died on your farm in 20 years? I wish I could say that. She didn't like your tone, next Snowflake will say you're scary, then you'll be banned.

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    1. Oh I forgot to mention the "farm shaming" comment. That's a new one. Watch it, you know her generation considers any form of shaming to be a crime that ranks right up there with racism.

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    2. Part of her reply:

      "Also, I am not an expert. I'm a public figure, writer, and blogger."

      So, not a farmer then? Or only when she's trying to get a celeb's attention on twitter?

      The truth is, she doesn't know how to build a fence. She's unaware that you need a stretcher to put up woven wire fence. Also, the pigs should be super easy to keep in with electric so I'm guessing some aspect of that has her stymied as well. They sell testers at TSC, it's not like she can't ferret out her problem one way or the other.

      She seems to think having animals on the lam is a normal part of farming. Sure, they get out occasionally but her animals are out CONSTANTLY. She was having quite the chuckle about a couple of her sheep making a daily pilgrimage across the street to munch on her neighbors apples. Because it's totally cool and good to have animals wandering back and forth across the road. I'm just glad she's not my neighbor.

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    3. Could you only imagine being her neighbor??? Oh my dear Lord. With hog slaughter in the front yard, to strange people and weird heathen activities in the back yard, the chance to catch her pooing or showering naked out back, the animals always loose, the pigs destroying the lawn, workshops and weird red vans driving by, snowflake out in her kilt and her hawks and her turkeys attacking the UPS man, house in ill repair... lack of proper fencing... oh my gosh.

      Those pigs would stay in place with a couple decent hog panels and tposts from TSC, ya know? Lots of people use them and they work.

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    4. For the price of those fancy running shoes she has she could build a decent pig pen with livestock panels.

      They're easy to put up. I had them for DDs sheep and not one escape in 10 years

      Priorities I guess. Shoes are more important than keeping your livestock safe.

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    6. I believe these pigs are kept in the barn...6 acres of woods and the pigs and goats are in a barn. I can't wrap my head around it.

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    7. Past pictures of CAF show her pigs in a wired in area under a grove of small trees. Wire not fencing, maybe it's electric wire, but probably not. The area had tree roots and was a dirt area, that's what I primarily remember about it. Either last year or the year before she shared a picture of herself throwing a hay bale at a snow bank. In and in front of the snowbank were her pigs. They may start in the barn, when they are piglets, because they would be able to get out of the wired in area as small as they are.

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  27. So she's a FARMER! when trying to win the Beekman prize money, but is a writer when someone questions her shitty fencing.

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  28. Grrr! Always weaseling out of responsibility, never accountable for her crappy actions whether in business, animal care, homesteading, personal finance, the whole many-hatted shebang.

    She's a JenUwhine shape-shifter with no center, ethical framework (her heathen posse would be appalled if they knew, unless they're as flaky and "whatever" as she is) or integrity.

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  29. Hear ye, hear ye!
    Ms Jenna got her blue glass trinket and will not be shamed by the likes of a farmer with 80 acres!
    Jenna rocks, she is amazing, she's is an inspiration, she is awesome, she is cool, she is beautiful, she is free and she is ONE WOMAN FARMER.
    So poods, if you want some of this rub off on your cubicle boring and responsible life just hit the Paypal button twice when you make your pledges, operators are standing by. "Patty pick up the damn phone!"

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  30. good for her that she did it and in a very respectable time to. thought she might come up with an excuse for backing out. Now if she could just put that kind of effort and grit into other things, maybe she can turn her destiny around.

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  31. "I wish the 8 year old you was here . It' s been 5 years." - mama Woginrich in response to Jenna's '8 year old me' post (which made no sense to me).
    I don't know. Seems like she needs to face reality that Jenna has zero desire to go see her. No amount of guilt tripping and posting on social media is going to change that. I'd be pissed if my mom was guilt tripping me on my Facebook page.
    I think they're both bizarre.

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    1. It's possible that both are bizarre, but Mom doesn't blog her life and expect slavish praise and contributions. Besides, I thought Moms had a pass on guilt inducing messages.

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  32. Short version: A disgusting person ran a half marathon. The end.

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  33. In response to Jenna pondering about her 8 year old self (again):

    Mama Wog: I wish the 8 year old you was here . It' s been 5 years.

    Jenna Woginrich: 8 year old me would be outside or getting lost in the woods at girl scout camp or stealing oreos

    Mama Wog: It's been 5 years

    Jenna Woginrich: I am seeing you in a few weeks. I can't travel because of the farm.

    Facebook is a hotel lobby, not a private conversation. I don't understand why you are talking about this here?

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    1. .....aaaaaannndd she's deleted the whole exchange

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    2. "I can't travel because of the farm." This one sentence tells me she 1) has no one to count on, and 2)KNOWS her animals will get out and cause issues. I don't exactly call myself a farmer but I have 21 sheep, 5 goats, 3 horses and assorted fowl, not to mention dogs/cats and I can almost always find someone who will go in once a day and make sure everyone is fed and watered if I need to go out of town. But then again, I have strong fences, and no burnt bridges.

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    3. The excuse of having a farm as a reason not to travel doesn't wash. I know plenty of smallholders and larger-scale farmers who have people come in to run or mind their operation so they can get away for a break.

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    4. That is just a convenient excuse for her. One to avoid her family. Which obviously is a bit dysfunctional. Not too surprising there... Especially watching the exchange between Snowflake and her momma... and then even her sister digs now and then with the guilt trip... A hot mess...

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    5. Where there's a will, there's a way. She just doesn't place a lot of importance on attending family events, much to her mother's distress. Jenna only met her nephew for the first time last year...he's at least three. If she's ever met her niece, she hasn't mentioned it. What a slap in the face to her sister. The whole situation has the air of a power struggle -- she's got them all tramping to her place, she doesn't even put them up. She can't be bothered to travel on their behalf. One way street.

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    6. What's with the back and forth in describing herself. One minute she's lost a ton of weight and is in a size 8 and the next minute she is blogging about not having lost any weight and looking like a Dire wolf in tights. I truly truly think she needs to talk to someone about her distorted body image issues.

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  34. "I had run 13.1 miles on my own, but the demanded actions of my body being ready at a date and time was a thousand times more nerve racking that farming has ever been."

    ......she's been training all summer, can do the miles, has absolutely nothing but her pride to lose should she not finish yet she finds that more nerve wracking than farming?? If there was ever a giveaway that she's not actually doing anything of consequence agriculturally, this is it.

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  35. I watched the video clip of the half marathon and wasn't sure it was JW's race until I saw her run by. I expected every runner there to look like a "lululemon model" after reading her blog post "Run Farmer Run". I saw just exactly what I thought I would see in small town America, an interesting mix of runners, and plenty who looked just like our girl. I guess she can be forgiven for her lack of worldliness. How could she know what marathoners look like in Seattle or Boston since she has no smart phone, no TV and such limited contact with the outside world? She probably thought they all looked like movie stars and famous comedians, too.

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    1. she's one of those writers who will lie through her teeth if she thinks it makes for a better story. I think most of what she writes is fictional. She either needs to bump it up a few notches to keep it from being too boring, or she needs to write something that she knows will outrage/concern people. Better to have upset readers than no readers at all. In a way we've played right into it. We're reading and dissecting every word as if it's truth.
      The whole Lululemon comment confirms it. Anyone who watched the video knows Jenna was piling on the bullshit with that one.

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    2. But Jenna's just being self-deprecating by her writing. She also wants her sycophantic fans to give her unearned praise, too.

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    3. I was utterly charmed from the get-go (and SO impressed) with the description of her cool, hay strewn,iconic (yet I'm just a poor old - but really rich in my soul - scrappy farmer) truck vis a vis the swanky wheels all the other poodles arrived in (schmancy, expensive, cookie-cutter, boring). Give us a break, writer!!

      It is such an infuriatingly overused trope of hers, always desperate to out-snowflake all others while, sadly, doing a terrible job of covering up for her deep and endless insecurities.

      And yeah, all that oh, but how was I to know, hobbity country bumpkin that I am, with my outgrown 5th grade Keds brush stroke (oh, right), frumpy tee, and grimy truck. I'm just buried in the muck all day, ya see, farmering away like it was 1971.

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    4. Yeah, she's always seeking praise just for being Jenna. It's like she's still in junior high school, and trying too hard to be a popular pom-pom girl. She'd never make cheerleader.

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    5. The oldest truck in the parking lot. Shortest runner. Most injured. Least appropriate running gear.

      So many claims to fame.

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    6. It's disturbing to read that blog post. This was a race for a charity- 5k Make a Wish and she mentioned nothing about that at all. The race wasn't about her at all. No one there was looking at her, and no one there was performing for her benefit. It is blatantly obvious she think everything is about her and everything is exactly as it's perceived by her. I couldn't tell you what anyone besides myself and maybe half a dozen others were wearing. I was concentrating on the race and the reason the majority of us were there. As far as the type of vehicles others drove up in? There could have been a dozen more of her vehicle of choice, as there were people from all walks of life running. It's frightening how she places herself in this special category, and then generalizes everyone else. Just in my little social circle there are two with older trucks. I myself have an old Chevy, that is far older than her hipster Ford.

      This half marathon is considered according to the write-ups about the 5k as a tune-up for the better known New York Marathon. Local restaurateur Guy Thomas, but is now dedicated to Jay Thomas who was a former organizer of it. Jay passed away in 2009. The organizers are attempting to restore this race to its former glory of attracting more world class athletes as it once did in the 1970s. In the 1970s 1300 or more runner showed up for this event. The numbers now are just half of that for runners competing in the 5k and half marathon. In both the 5k and half marathon participants may walk or run. The Make a Wish Vermont Half Marathon helps fund wishes for the Make a Wish foundation.

      It was a great day for a marathon and I would bet there was no one there, but Ms. Special Snowflakes, looking around at what others were wearing or driving. I imagine no one went home and wrote a snarky blog post about such trivial and nonsensical stuff. Based on what she is usually talking about and posting it really comes as no surprise. Shallow is her middle name.

      p.s. I did see snowflake at the race and although I didn't scan the crowd to see if she was similar or dissimilar to other runners she did not stand out from the crowd. She was wearing what almost exactly what I was wearing and also what my sister was wearing right down to color of running shoes. As for her vehicle being the only old vehicle there- we drove up in a 1989 Dodge Ram truck with hay in the back. My sister drove her old 1984 VW Beetle with the floor boards rusting.

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    7. it should have said this race was begun by Guy Thomas a local restaurateur, but is now dedicated to Jay Thomas a former organizer.

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  36. Our Snowflake blocked me from her Facebook account, because I left a critical comment. I didn't kiss her fat ass, and was honest about my opinion.

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    1. Good for you. Snowflake's refusal to listen to criticism will be her downfall. A half marathon will not change her karma whatsoever.

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  37. Jenna running the 1/2 marathon was a day not spent trying to trap a hawk. I'm happy about that!

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  38. Oh yeaaahhh "help a gal get ready for the winter" let the ebegging commence!

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    1. Yeah, so she can spend her days hawking and in the river.

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  39. Chelsea Tarver, the doctor called. you need to double your dose and rest, thanks

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    1. lol she is a weird one!

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  40. Why does she keep marketing to the same people over and over? Why doesn't she have a website and reach out to a larger audience? Does she perhaps have one under a different name?

    My guess is not. I also think that every time she sends out a fire sale and says she needs to keep the 'farm' going, she gets more donations than clients. And it's easier of course. She doesn't have to create a logo and probably does not have to pay taxes.

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    1. If I were a fan I can't imagine donating to her every time she puts up a logo sale or 'wolves at the door' begathon. I'm thinking twice a year at best? Esp since she never thanks anyone, credits it all to luck...and posts about what she bought or spent hours binge watching. I just don't understand how people can be so snowed by it all.
      Then again, maybe her fans wish they had her life! Barely having to raise a finger, donations rolling in, and never having to set foot in an office. Maybe they see right through what Jenna is doing and still wish they had her life.

      All I can say is, middle/old age can be a real bitch and all of her fans put together won't be able to fund a medical emergency/hospitalization and fund her 401k...or can they?!?!

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    2. Middle age is a bitch. Even though I've never smoked anything, am not overweight, eat pretty healthily, regularly exercise, and have no family history of breast cancer, I still had to have a lumpectomy with 36 radiation sessions last year. The surgery alone was over $75000. Thank God for health insurance! The $15000 raised for Birchthorn is a drop in the bucket when something like this happens.(And no, I don't buy into that new age crap that if you get cancer, it's your own fault - sometimes s**t just happens.)

      Crowd sourcing can help fund babies and little kids with medical issues, but an adult? Good luck with that. How long did it take her to get the money to have her root canal? That root canal was cheaper than the yearly deductible for my health insurance.

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    3. All it would take is Jon Katz setting up a GoFundMe account and putting out the word. He raised tens of thousands of dollars for several of his friend's operations and some 50,000 for Joshua Rockwood.

      As long as he is still writing and they stay friends, he is her Plan B.

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    4. Anon 9:02 AM - I wrote the above about my lumpectomy, and I have a sad feeling that you are probably right. People like Jenna always can find saps (enablers) like Katz who know how to punch peoples guilt buttons.

      I just started up reading her blog, this blog, and Katz's blog after stepping away for 9 months. Guess I'd better step away again - it's too easy to get angry, especially with all of the other crap going on in this world. My energy is better spent elsewhere.

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    5. It occurred to me that she could fake an illness like cancer, collect donations and get away with it. Did anyone ask for proof of her so called root canal, vet bills, or late mortgage payments?

      I didn't say she WOULD do it but she COULD do it. She would't be the first. Very scary.

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    6. She's marketing to the same people because she knows they've reached their limit on logos. This way, she can appear to be selling something while really signaling her needs. Notice how she always says what the money will be used for? Worse case scenario she actually sells a logo and has to work for an hour. Best case scenario one of the regular suckers sees she needs money for firewood and paypals her a little jingle.

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    7. She's using the same tactics as cancer scammers right now, it's just that this scam is farm themed. She's always on the verge of losing the farm, keeping her readers in a state of constant worry about her and the animals. Interestingly, I was listening to an author on the radio this AM talking about scammers and how they weave a story, provoke an emotional response and it's then that people have their guard down and give money. Otherwise intelligent people get had because they get so involved in someone else's story.

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    8. Raising money for a fake illness, especially on the internet or through funding sites is called FRAUD and you go to jail for it.

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  41. "So I was out of place. There were people with running shoes that cost half of what my pickup truck cost (which was, by far, the oldest vehicle in the parking area). Manchester is a swanky town and I parked my '89 Ford F150 with pig feed and wet hay in the bed next to an Audi and a Lexus.

    My ankle that was sprained seemed 80% better. The other foot that stepped on a rusty nail last week wasn't infected. "

    Next time its going to be running a marathon barefoot with 2 broken legs and a horse and buggy with dead pigs piled in the back.

    What type of pig feed do you think was in the bed of her truck on a day calling for a torrential downpour? If it was commercial bagged feed they rarely come in waterproof bags. Risking ruining feed and throwing away money to stage a "farmer's truck" in the parking lot? Wet hay? As in not swept out or bales of hay? Does she not value anything?

    If a small clump hay falls off a flake I pick it up. Why convert money into hay to throw it away?

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    1. She must have long distance range eyesight to be able to see the entire parking lot and surrounding areas of parking for that event. WOW. As I wrote above we drove into the event in my hubby's old unwashed 1989 Dodge Ram. My sister drove in to the event in a 1984 VW Bug with rusting floor boards. Her exaggeration of the cost of other participants running shoes shows just how shallow and $minded she is. Most of the highly rated running shoes, well known to lifelong runners and marathon runners run in the price range of $180-350.00. I was wearing Saucony running shoes- $149, and my sister was wearing running shoes that cost her less than $100.00.

      I've noticed with Jenna's writing that her style seems to be a mix of embellishment, twisted perception and tall tale slant. Anyone else notice this?

      The truth was she would never know or be able to see all the vehicles there that day. I wonder what you have to look like to be described as a model by JW? Mirror Mirror on the Wall...We had hay in the back of our truck and the truck we parked beside had pumpkins and mums. It's great she was able to participate with a "supposed" sprained ankle. I participated while experiencing a full blown fibro flair and my sister walked vs. run because she is 16 weeks pregnant. I am certain others there had ailments far worse, yet still walked or ran the race without advertising them. Poor Jenna you probably thought we all showed up Saturday for you. No, we all showed up on Saturday to run for Make a Wish charity not the CAF charity fund. Didn't anyone ever explain to you that a person's true character isn't what's on the outside- dyed hair, new haircut, new glasses, old truck, feeding pigs hay, tights, $300. jeans, old landline, hipster vinyl and t-shirts, but rather what is on the inside. You're so busy trying to keep up with the poodles as you call them- dress nice, don't dress nice, drive nice cars, don't drive nice cars, wear make-up, dye hair and buy new glasses all the time. There's only one thing separating you from a real life poodle as you call them and that's a J O B.

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    2. Funny how the ankle went from just twisted over a week ago to a full blown sprain the day of the race.

      Kudos to you and sis for running. I'm sure you had a good time even with your conditions. JW must have missed the elderly gentleman in the race. He's in the video and looked great. Not running fast, or really running at all, but more power to him. We should all be lucky enough to enter a marathon at his age.

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    3. We did have a good time, and thanks! I'm a few years older than Jenna, and saw several people a good deal older than me running in the marathon. It's quite obvious that she comes to a charity even with the perspective of someone who is on the receiving end of charity vs. the giving. In all of my years working with charities or helping friends organize for their charity event, I've never read a blog post or the subsequent thoughts of a participant that were so me me me vs. them them them. I guess she is so used to be the center of attention with her online caf charity blogging and fire sales (ahem, just PayPal cash)that she is unable to share the stage with anyone else.

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    4. My best guess about the "sprained ankle" was that she made this up to make herself look more "dire wolf" in the race. When she didn't get enough bang out of that she suddenly stepped on a nail. Of course by this time there was nobody who thought she was going to participate and then when she did- amazing, awesome, you're my hero, you go girl, if anybody can do it you can. Same as training for one- it's a gradual process and it takes consistency and working up to not 33 miles the first day or whatever it was she was doing that was so not safe training. It sounded better, she is after all Super Special Snowflake. How dull it would have sounded on half marathon/5k day if she showed up, ran the race and drove home.

      Instead she showed up as a broken, limping, battle scarred dire wolf with a nail driven into one foot and a sprain in the other. She ran her dire wolf self amongst a sea of lulu moms in expensive athletic gear paired with $1000 shoes driving brand new Lexus's and Audi's. She grabbed her medal at race end and with sweat and filth dripping all over her $30.00 trainers and spandex tights she jumped into her never running, paid for by charity, hipster truck and headed home to her mountain. Once there she poured bourbon into her "hail Jenna" horn and got naked, heaving sweat everywhere with a fierceness that only she can produce she then settled down for the night with her pups. Live like fiction, like no one else ever..

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    5. LOL, too funny:)

      It's hard to believe even a twisted ankle when she blogs about doing chores and throwing hay right it happened. I'm still trying to figure out how heavy those New England bales are that they can be tossed overhead. In my neck of the woods (west coast) they weigh anywhere from 80 to over 100 pounds depending on how tightly baled they are.

      Makes me ponder how any sheep can get enough nutrients when she feeds just a bale or two and little to non supplemental grain.

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    6. Anon 3:30--

      Out here on the East Coast hay bales are more like 40-50 lbs.

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    7. Her sheep, goats and pigs break what little fence there is and grab as much nutrients as they can from neighbors and neighboring ditches. The biggest reason animals escape, beyond that's what they do, is hunger.

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    8. Jenna posted on some running reddit forum about purchasing pricey new shoes and asking about recommendations for another pair within a $150 budget. She wants for nothing.

      When I was running I eventually went to a running store that evaluates your arch and how you carry your weight using a machine to match you with an appropriate pair of sneakers (for free). I purchased a pair around $100.

      Insinuating people were running in $1000 running sneakers is bizzare especially coming from a scrappy dire wolf with an $8,000 horse and 2 dogs likely costing 4 figures each (plus a flying them from the breeder).

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    9. I know. I was thinking that exact thing the whole time I read her snarky blog post about lululemon and $1000 sneaker Audi driving fellow marathon runners. I mean really, how many people can afford to pay to have their puppy flown to them when they are unemployed? How many people can afford to buy border collies just for fun and not actually use them daily as working dogs? How many people can afford to keep fixing the car of their dreams over and over again? Every time I think about how much Merlin cost, and how long she blogged about making payments on him and asking her readers to help her out- I almost go mad. Who can afford to have an $8000 horse when they are unemployed?

      I know. Special Snowflakes with expensive tastes and "friends" with deep pockets..


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  42. New tweet of her new glasses....why??? She gets new glasses every couple of months and she is fetching for compliments even though the girl is so unattractive!!

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  43. Not surprising that her post was 100% about her and not one mention about the Make A Wish foundation. She is so self absorbed.
    She reminds me a lot of Lena Dunham...projects so much of her delusions and insecurities on others. The comments about Lululemon models, expensive shoes, and nice cars... get a grip!

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    1. She's just jealous, but it's cloaked in self-deprecation. Which Jenna thinks is wit.

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  44. After she posted the pic of her wearing new glasses someone tweeted to her "So...how you doin'?" to which she replied, "Add a DM! ( I want more nerd sex cred)

    Let me get this straight it's OK if she seeks out complete strangers to sext her...but it's scary and not ok if a complete stranger sexts her first?

    Anyone can look up her address online and show up any time. Why is she acting this way with strangers? Oh, yeah she's f-ing nuts!

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  45. I'm not sexting savvy, what does DM mean?

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  46. I looked it up back when I read this a while ago and I think it's Direct Message, not directly sex related, but she surely was biting (interestingly, the last tweet of the guy she had the exchange with, is: "I'm extremely attractive to porn bots"). Oh Jenna, you shameless gal in your sharp new specs.

    He's in ID, her old stomping grounds. Maybe it's time for a long westward road trip in hip truck - although probably ready to be scrapped, not scrappy.. just the ticket for a well-earned respite, haha. Poor Mama W would go crazy. Pile the dogs in and let the other 4-leggeds have a long autumn ramble without fear of being "shepherded" by G&F.

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    1. Here's a helpful definition of pornbot.
      Http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=pornbot
      It's spam.
      I'm always amazed at how much time she has to stay current on pop culture.

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  47. Reddit chatter posted 2 days ago: I am sharing a small boast here. Last spring two women in my Kindred (myself and another lady - who is a full time mom, nurse, and wife) raised the horn to our tribe and made an oath to work towards better physical health for ourselves, our families, and our Kindred. I took that oath among witness, wight, and faining and at the time the import of that was seriously needed to turn things around for me.
    Yesterday I ran my first half marathon. I trained all summer. She ran her first ever 5k, at the same event. I am single and run a farm - my schedule is so flexible - but she had one day off after so many double shifts and hard hours caring for others. When I saw her walk towards me in her running gear at the site of the race at 7AM I was honestly blown away. And when I finished my half she was there cheering at the finish line - having waited the nearly 3 hours it took me to finish it - hours after her 5k was over.
    I ran this half marathon because I made that oath, and keeping it in such a way among members of my tribe was such a powerful feeling. I don't mean that lightly - I mean it was the strongest I have ever felt and I have bossed around draft horses and wrestled rams by the horns. The full circle of a sacred promise kept is such a surge of personal strength and self respect (which I have been severly lacking lately).
    I thought once this race was done it would feel complete. But now I want to do it better next year. I want to encourage other members of my Kindred to succeed in their own oaths, to feel this same worth. I hope this builds our luck. I hope next year there's a small pack of Heathens running in that race.
    I am amazed at how much better I feel as a person, in every aspect, having found this practice.

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    1. What a wonderful woman. Why aren't celebrities lining up to follow her on Twitter?

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    2. And she's always "turning things around," she must get dizzy with all that twirling.

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    3. It's intriguing to see how her interpretation of the 1/2 marathon was so different for heathen anonymous redditors compared to her blog benefactors. I wonder why she doesn't solicit money from heathens for the privilege of reading her insights on Reddit? After all she is a public figure that is world renown and recognized for living a life like fiction.

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  48. It that season for polls, so here is the current Shamster-Quinipiac, please cast your VOTE:

    1) Jenna is spending days trying to catch another red tail friend, what will she name her:
    a) Underline
    b) Janna Wogendrick
    c) Flying Submarine Sandwich
    d) Fowl 150
    2) The next begathon is only days, perhaps minutes, away. What will be the cause?
    a) Merlin is dying
    b) Friday is pregnant
    c) Jenna is pregnant
    d) Merlin is going to be a dad
    3) Something is always missing from CAF as the first snowflake falls, will it be:
    a) Firewood
    b) Hay
    c) Bourbon
    d) Bacon, kale, coffee, and toilet paper
    e) All of the above
    4) Mom wants to see her daughter, when will the family meet again?
    a) Christmas 2021
    b) Mom’s funeral
    c) Merlin’s funeral
    d) At the next Thing if they can drive up and find a motel down the road and I’m willing to open the door
    5) There’s much technology that we just gotta give up at CAF, what will be next?
    a) The landline
    b) The vlog, blog, facebook and twitter
    c) The new heathen lights for Samhain
    d) The woodstove (see question 3 above)
    6) The hoard needs a leader and this is what we’re doing next!
    a) Going back to the brewery for some more “hard work”
    b) Stacking wood, moving hay, buying bourbon - for the gods of course
    c) Getting drunk and running a half marathon in the river
    d) Finishing Birchthorn

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    1. A few things here are beyond mean

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    2. Can you be more specific?

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    3. Oh, who cares? That was hilarious, keep up the good work!

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  49. Jenna Woginrich
    ‏@coldantlerfarm
    @forvrin And a DM! (i want more nerd sex cred)


    DM = Dungeon Master.....

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    1. She wants her friend to add dungeon master to the list of things he earlier tweeted. Because like she tweeted back she wants more nerd sex cred ;)

      @coldantlerfarm Raptor wrangling, horse riding, sheep herding, dairy maiding, feature writing, graphic designing, and rocking the nerdchic.
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  50. Now pushing a gofundme for a kitten via Twitter AGAIN.
    Shouldn't she be prepping for winter?

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    1. GoFundMe for a kitten? You've got to be kidding!!!

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    2. That GoFundMe was started almost 2 weeks ago for a kitten with a broken hip. Has said kitten been waiting around in pain all this time for the cash to roll in for its surgery? That's just cruel beyond belief. Either get the kitten the necessary surgery ASAP, or have it euthanized. Those are the only humane options.

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  51. And here we go...posted on Facebook, "I am worried gibson broke his leg"

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    1. She must not have gotten enough donations from her latest logo sale.

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    2. and why was he spending " an hour moving pigs a mile through the woods."

      I have pigs. I have no idea why one would use a sheepdog to "move" them through the woods.

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    3. OK Jenna Woginrich. How much is this going to cost and where do we send the check?

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    4. What???? Is she getting him to the vet or hoping her Heathen group heals him?

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    5. Does she realize these things are time stamped? As I'm reading...she posted she's worried the dogs leg is broken at 1 hour ago. Lots of comments from others and Jenna herself...posted at 1 hour ago. In those comments Jenna says that she thinks he over extended and his toes are the issue.
      And it sounds like it happened at least yesterday....so she's not in the middle of a panic situation.

      Alarmist much.

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  52. Jenna Woginrich: I am worried gibson broke his leg

    Jenna Woginrich: He spent an hour moving pigs a mile through the woods. He worked so hard, and I think he over extended, strained, or sprained his toes on his back foot.

    Jenna Woginrich: the next morning he walked on 3 legs, I gave it a hard look over - touched and extended everything. he lets me touch and move everthing but his back left toes in the "weighted" position (foot on solid ground)

    Jenna Woginrich: I am down my biggest asset to the farm, vet appt is this afternoon or tomorrow

    Jenna Woginrich: waiting for call from doc

    Jenna Woginrich: I squeezed and pulled every toe pad and webbing - it isn't a puncture. It's a sprain - I am 90% sure. But I want an expert opinion.

    Jenna Woginrich: It could be worse though - ergo "broke his leg" because while he lets me touch and pull he will put ZERO weight on it and I don't have x ray vision. If he broke a toe - it stops him just as much as a broken leg

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  53. What an utter piece of dogshit she is.

    Notice how she says "the next morning" not "this morning"--- how many days has Gibson been left untreated with a possibly broken leg??? Why does she have money for hair extensions but not vet care? How come the pigs were a mile from the farm in the woods? Plenty of time for hawking, no time for fence building.

    Jenna Woginrich should not own animals. Of any type. Ever. Period.

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    1. Waiting for a call from doc? for what? You either make an appointment and take the dog in or you don't. The only time a veterinarian will call is to update on an animal left at the vets office for a procedure.

      She's not waiting for a call. So dumb.

      Let's pause for a moment and consider if she was expexciting a call. Can you imagine regressing back to a single corded landline phone with no answering machine? She's literally volunteered to trade the freedom of being able to take a shit or be out of ear shot for being tied to a phone on a wall.

      That's like insisting on brushing your teeth with a pine cone instead of using a tooth brush.

      Maybe her neighbors don't care about her sheep routinely grazing on their property but I guarantee you 5(?) pigs are completely different story. If I were her neighbor I'd throw up an electric fence and have 5 new pigs complements of CAF.

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  54. my posts keep getting eaten...

    Anyway, I'm with you, HD, something doesn't jive with her tone. She's starts out yelling about a broken leg and then she's kinda sweeping it under the rug, it's just sprained toes. She's freaking out it's a broken leg then literally less than 15 minutes later she says she's 90% sure it's a sprain. She knows it's not a big deal, she's just wants to get her fans nervous enough to donate. And reveling in the drama of being a Single Woman Farming Alone With A Broken Sheepdog.

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  55. "my biggest asset to the farm"

    That's not your dog. That's your donors.

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    1. ^^^^^ TRUTH!!!!^^^^^

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    2. Ouch.... yeah... her dogs are always getting hurt. Little cash cows that they are. It's because they work so hard trying to keep all the livestock contained. Because of the crappy fences. She sucks. Hair extensions and all.

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    3. Sweet baby Jesus. When a dog hurts a leg, they sometimes refuse to put pressure back on the leg just because they remember the pain. My Maltese limped and refused to put pressure on a leg, I took him to the 24 HR pet emergency and the leg was completely fine- not even a sprain.
      But at least take the dog to have it looked at, ya dumb biatch.

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    4. Oh yay...when my dog brakes his leg the first thing I do is jump on social media to blast it all over the place instead of putting him in the truck and DRIVING him to the vet.

      And, if it's just sensitive to put weight on, give him an aspirin and treat and lay him in his bed until the next day.

      More curious though is that Katz' dog hurt his leg recently too.

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  56. One cold antler cluster fuck after another.

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  57. Ma Woginrich: Take him to a vet NOW before infection sets in

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    1. And like her mother has a clue either. What a shit show of a family. God help the Woginrich pets!

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  58. Oh Gawd, what the hell is going on people!!!!!!!!!!
    Anyhow the poll results are in, thansk you for all your votes:
    Jenna has a 39% chance of winning yet another "Scam n' Sham", it don't matter what the cause - Jack, Patty, Golden Goose, Crashdown - they'll all pony up like crack addicts paying for a new bic lighter.
    Voters also realized that "death" was an obvious choice to make and it looks like someone or something is going to get Asutru rosary during this long dark night, only questions is - how many legs that critter have!
    Finally, technology will never be surrendered at CAF as the sound of one hand wiping must be broadcast to entire universe via the WWW, most voters instinctively understood that the natural bias in our polling margin of error and for those who wish to caste shade by insinuating meanness I say just send more funny money to your sunny honey bunny, cause she ain't livin for free

    This is the sham that never ends, it goes on an on my friends...

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    1. With only one hand for clapping I seem not be hearing any sounds. I'm slightly challenged, cognitively speaking. Actually.

      Are you referring to an actual new contest, gofundme-type scheme, loan, begathon having been launched by the flake - or are you referring to the usual general "lucky" unfolding of her finances, whereby heads she gets an admirer's cash, tails she gets some fool's money?

      I'd guess the 2nd option. The 39% chance threw me, though, making it appear you were referring to an actual, in progress, new scam.

      Hardly matters which, though, does it? which I realize is your point. It's happening, whether already engaged, or tomorrow, next week, in Novr or Feb. Whichever and soon and more and always, the girl revolves around the calendar year of other people's hard work with her hand out and her poor animals in trouble.

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  59. Why were her pigs a mile away? They are one of very few income streams she has on her"farm" They are also the only animal that has a return on investment

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  60. If you were curious... here's a video about hawk trapping.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3kdSGyXH1I

    I think it's pretty mean, to take an animal of the skies out of said skies, strap leather jesses on it's legs and train it to be a parrot. And then it's supposed to help you "hunt", which we all know Snowflake's victims seem to suck at. (Because you gotta know if she caught anything, we'd hear about it and see it just like the hog guts and all that other crap she delights in sharing.)

    Why is it okay to hunt with a hawk and yet bull baiting or say, chasing down fox with hounds or heck, why can't we catch a cougar and hunt mule deer with it? Why do most states forbid you to keep wild animals, no matter how well intentioned you are? Lots of stories of nice people saving a fawn and having to surrender it, or a squirrel...

    And the whole "hawks don't make it adulthood often, so we are saving the breeding pool" is like kinda lame as well. Most hawks are not endangered, heck our area is crawling with them. And you know, the same goes for raccoons and deer. They often don't make it to adulthood...

    I think we all need to go out and trap deer to mow our lawns and save emissions and protect them so they can go out and make more deer!

    I'm not some Peta snob or anything, I just think it's kind of dumb to say falconry is so noble and honorable a sport when other animals hunting animals for people scenarios are not. Bull baiting anyone? Stag hounds?

    Dragging these wild animals in to sit around in a teeny mews and come into the house and watch netflix is just a power trip for some people. It's no different then people who raise wolf hybrids or trap parrots in the jungles for human's amusement.

    Hunting, indeed. Snowflake would starve if she had to depend on properly training a hunting falcon. And it doesn't speak well of her sponsor, Ed for not keeping in touch with her and her actions and such. We all know that Anna Kendrick met an unfortunate end.

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  61. 100% agree. I don't get where someone who doesn't know how to hunt and sits in front of her laptop ALL DAY AND NIGHT is an advantage to a hawk? What does she do for the hawk that allows it to have greater chances of survival? Is it just a time thing? The longer it is held in captivity the better chance it has of growing up?

    I cannot think of one animal on her "farm" or really ever in her care that was well taken care of. I witnessed Jasper, Maude, then Merlin, Annie, her Maine Coon cat, the mystery of AK, and the every day chance any one of her loose animals will get killed or cause an accident and kill someone. I feel very sad someone like her, with her long record of animal neglect, is allowed to trap a wild bird. And no I'm not a member of Peta either...

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  62. Meanwhile back at the ranch....Any mention of when she is going to finish Birchthorn? This is her greatest scam so far. Collect $15,000, give refunds to the few people who complained (total of $100 maybe?), and the silent majority gets nothing.

    Where are these people? Why aren't they banging down her door with pikes and torches demanding their copy?

    Forget "live like fiction". This whole Jenna Woginrich show is stranger than fiction.

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    1. How about "lie like fiction"?

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    2. I like "lie like fiction," and it succinctly sums up the fake life of Jenna Woginrich.

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  63. I think most of the people who felt ripped off by Jenna's Birchthorn scam wrote it and her off and don't read her blog anymore. That "novella" (what a joke) will never see the light of day. Based on her writing lately, that's probably a good thing.

    I think the karma part of this is: Publishers aren't giving her the time of day anymore. She is no longer homesteading's little darling. I don't see that changing anytime soon.

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    1. Yeah,what,s there to write about? The gaming,swimming,drinking,scamming, begging? Publishers are no fools, the show is over for Jenna!!!

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  64. I remember attending a mystery writer's talk. One woman in the crowd corrected him on a geographical error. He stated that he wrote fiction and said, "That means I make things up"!

    I thought how appropriate this was to Jenna Woginrich's "live like fiction" life. How much of it is exaggerated, embellished or just made up? Like someone here said, she makes carrying buckets of water to her animals seem like a heroic, epic event.

    When asked pointed questions like did she ever catch prey with her hawk or what happened to AK, her answers are evasive. Fiction indeed.

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    1. JW construed a persona for herself years ago. She may have been working on it since childhood. Embellishment, over exaggeration, and fantasy are her middle names and how she does things. Simple recipe, easy to follow. You take a very ordinary thing- like watering your pigs. You imagine the majority of pig farmers have waterers, or water tanks with pumps or some kind of big industry way to water pigs. When I was growing up our pigs had waterers and our cows had a well fed water tank and waterers at their stanchions. Ok.

      Many many farmers, and homesteaders water their pigs with pails of water. JW would have you believe that she is a pioneer homesteader. She is not. Homesteaders and farmers have been around forever. She believes since she wrote 5 memoirs about the way she homesteads, that she is an expert. Experts probably should have waterers in place, but she's scrappy. For the persona she created which contradicts the fact she was writing books about the topic, stating that she is carrying water to the pigs sounds better than not talking about the pigs, or few chores she really has every day. Having to carry water is part of her narrative. So is chasing livestock. It's funny for her and it's always been a part of her narrative. If she didn't mention pigs or goats or sheep escaped then when, besides lambing season/butchering, would anyone of them get a mention?

      Years ago when Outlander and all the different Celtic series and movies where being made, she felt the strong Celtic persona-badass, kickass, strong and fiercely independent persona would be the one she'd wear. Kilts were bought, a fell pony was bought, different religions were tried on and new words were introduced into her vocabulary. She stood out from the crowd, because she was going to be a fierce Celtic warrior living on CAF. She quit her job and spent her days walking in Tolkien style with her fell pony, quill and dream. Nights were spent disappearing into WOW fantasy and slugging down horns of mead and bourbon. Reality often blew into her fantasy realm in the way of mortgage due, light bill due and animals needing care. So she learned to spin her words to tell a tall tale and the readers they did come.
      One of the worst mistakes she has made along the way is when she alienates groups of people or things to make herself look better. It's not enough that she wants to live a life like fiction, rather she needs to tell off and be rude to those that do not. Waterers are for poodles, strong Celtic like warriors carry their water. People who like cats suck, because apparently she decided she doesn't like them.
      Lately there has been a huge inconsistency between that Celtic warrior persona and pop culture. The kilts aren't talked about, nor is the never ending swilling. Now it's hair dye and extensions, fancy jeans and glasses.

      Her claim to fame is fiction. Living like fiction and expecting, even manipulating your audience to pay for the entertainment of it all. Sadly included in all of this are real animals, that for all intents and purposes have been mistreated props since the very beginning.

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    2. I could "like" this comment multiple times, thanks. You've eloquently expressed what I've been thinking. I think that she actually envies the poor "poodles," and her jealousy is cloaked in self-deprecation and "live like fantasy!" bullshit.

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  65. According to her self-bio she is now a client of "Selectric" same publicists that handle Jon Katz. They're not stupid, the golden goose must be kept alive

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  66. I think she's more of a basement bitch rather than a dungeon master. Anyone who takes such poor care of their animals isn't a master of anything-dungeon or otherwise.

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  67. Jenna Woginrich
    ‏@coldantlerfarm
    Any old donkey can tear down a barn, but it takes a special donkey to build one
    -jewish proverb

    Soooo. That would mean she falls into the "any old donkey" category huh? Her buildings are in disrepair and she has yet to build a sound structure for any of her animals.

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    1. A barn? She can't even build a fence that's worth a damn.

      And yeah, I get her metaphor, but does she really think she's done something remarkable? She can't survive without regular transfusions from people that feel sorry for her, that find her pathetic enough that they give her money because she can't take care of herself.

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  68. Jenna Woginrich: Gibson is doing so much better today, thank you for the well wishes!

    ....someone asked her if his leg was broken or not, she hasn't answered even though she's been online for a while. She said last night she had a vet appointment for this morning....why wouldn't she let people in on the diagnosis? She had no problem getting them all worked up about his leg possibly being broken....now it's old news? Wtf.

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    1. People who live deceptive lifestyles never tell the whole story. And I believe ms. deceptive has stated that over and over again. If it weren't for dogs getting hurt, pigs getting out and sheep in the neighbors yard what do you suppose she would talk about CAF related?

      It would be non-stop, as it has been in the past, pop culture.

      The more creative a person is- say a storyteller, the better the weaver of lies. Liars are evasive. Liars often provide a lot of unnecessary detail while they are reeling off their tale. When pushed/pressured into a yes or no liars will generalize. Jenna isn't a dungeon master, she's a deception master.

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    2. That was well-put. She's obsessed with celebrities, pathetically tweeting to them, and caring about pop culture to a fanatical degree. The real Jenna is just a collection of manufactured personas.

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    3. She didn't take him to the vet. Vets cost money. Hence the little oh, he's fine, thanks!

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    4. Maybe she got the amount of donations she was hoping for, thus the "he's fine, thanks".

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  69. I cannot believe the number of movies/songs/videos/TV shows and other media she has time to watch. I check in on Facebook once or twice a day and always more shit she's watching. I don't have time to check reddit and other sites, but it seems that's ALL she does. It's just unbelievable to me the number of hours she spends in front of a screen.

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    1. pretty soon she's going to be ebegging for funds to put herself thru social media addiction treatment. She will need the funds for Betty Ford and so the farm will run while she is gone.

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    2. I know! The amount of stuff she's listening to, watching, following is nothing short of mind blowing. How does she even have the interest let alone the time? Maybe it's because she's lonely? I dunno. I read a sort of funny tweet that basically said if all you do is watch Netflix why would anyone be interested in what you have to say--- I thought of J immediately. It's not that watching TV is bad at all, just the sheer volume of it she's gobbling up daily leaves little time or space for anything.

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    3. I consider the volume of stuff to be mind numbing as well as mind blowing. No wonder she can't get stuff done, she can't be away from the Internet for long for fear she'll miss something.

      I misplaced my cell one weekend and it was shear bliss. The sofa should eat it more often;)

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  70. Jenna's real life probably resembles an episode of Hoarders or Intervention more than it does of the cute little scrappy farm she portrays.
    When her sister came to visit she was concerned enough to pull Jenna aside and say no one should live in filth like that. In true Jenna form, she blogged about it so that her yes men could come to her rescue with undeserved praise and adoration.

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    1. I don't recall that post. Can you provide a link?

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    2. "I think of when my sister came to visit a few weeks back and pulled me aside to say, in that loving-but-concerned sister way, that "I love you, Jenna but your house is gross." That hit me hard because before their visit I spent three days scrubbing and cleaning and buying things like scented candles and Febreeze and I thought the place was ready for a photo shoot. She saw the permanent stains on the plywood from thousands of muddy paws crossing them. She saw the curtain lace needing to be washed and turning from white to cream. She smelled those farm-house notes of wet dog, earth, puppy pee and burnt coffee. Of course it was gross to her. I shrugged. It was a reminder of how feral my life must seem to a mom with a suburban house and floors literally clean enough to eat off of, because she has babies crawling over them. When you got two adults, two incomes, and 100% less farming you can make your house spotless."

      She is jealous of the poodle family life. And she cleaned for days and it's STILL gross??? I feel a little sick...

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    3. Incidentally, I don't think her sister thought her life was "feral", just dirty and nasty. The post also talks about her (and the dogs) tromping through the house with mud and manure caked boots. Who DOESN'T take those boots off in the mud room? omg

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    4. That was a year ago. Let's not forget the more recent "One Gross Chair" post. I bet she hasn't cleaned the house since that family visit, either.

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    5. Best part: "When you got two adults, two incomes, and 100% less farming you can make your house spotless."

      What does their income have to do with it? Is she implying she's too poor to afford basic cleaning supplies? Two incomes = two jobs ie two people with a whole lot less time than Little Miss Binge Watcher. Oh, and let's not forget two little kids. If Jenna's living in a pig sty that's on her. Her house isn't filthy because she's a farmer, it's because she has a high-threshold for dirt and doesn't give a shit. This is the chick who only showers once or twice a week, we're talking about. It's up to her how she chooses to live, just own it. Don't pretend it's because you're single, have only one income and a "farm".

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    6. ^ yes! 2 people working two full time jobs with 2 children.

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      Jenna no job no kids

      Wtf?

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    7. What's a "feral farmer" and "scrappy scammer" to do?! The ordinary "poodles" can't comprehend how this special snowflake spent hours making her hovel look presentable.

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    8. My Grandmother raised 10 children in a farmhouse, no dishwasher, no vacuum cleaners, an old wringer washer, no dryer, and she ironed everything, she cooked on a wood-burning stove and canned a couple thousand jars of everything every year. Her floors were literally clean enough to eat off of.

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  71. Blog post Nov 12, 2015 "I am gaining on them"
    Paragraph 6 is where she talks about her sister pulling her aside

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  72. Her fairly recent and increasing appearance obsession (see artily crafted selfie tweet) suggest her latest financial bailout plan may be to hook a life partner for the bill-paying part of things - since she's otherwise tied up online and looking in the mirror.

    Or maybe she's just out to find sex. We know how she feels about the dreaded, godforsaken marriage and children thing - so maybe just an occas guy who could also make himself useful on the old homestead before he leaves her in peace with her screens is all she can handle.

    But,in a best case scenario, maybe he'd be taken enough with her charms (and chicken laying upon kale dish) she could hit him up for those unexpected expenses that come up on a regular basis (like the mortgage payment, e.g.).

    She may be finally figuring out that cobbling together a living by not trying very hard or wisely(to put it mildly) to be a "farmer", graphic designer, and writer is not a winning strategy.

    Something is up beyond just thinking that maybe she is on her way to being the cat's meow - or pup's growl is probably more apt. She seems to be moving from being enchanted by her bogus fiction-like lifestyle to being enchanted by her physical blossoming from "hobbit", as she has often referred to herself, even just days ago, to hey, not half bad iho. It's whiplash time!

    Surely she's not into worrying about working on her ethics, values, and practices - either financial or re animal care. Always the superficial shit for snowflake. Oy.

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    1. I concur. I follow 57 women online through various media outlets and most I've followed at least 5 years. I also have 27 female farmers on my friend's list on FB, and count myself, and female family members as farmers/homesteaders as well.

      In the last year- none of them has had time for a selfie for any of the forums they are in. Though they have shown their farms, family and themselves working. None have sat and power watched Netflix, none have wasted as much time, land, resource, animal or opportunity the way Ms. Special Snowflakes has. Why you ask? Because they are farmers, homesteaders, wives, girlfriends, loners, on their own, sisters, moms, writers, self-employed independent hard-working, family loving women. Way too busy to primp themselves day after day as pop culture wannabe's or sarcastic comedians, or pan handlers, or con women, or faux authors, or lying storytellers. JW is doing what she does best and that's looking for compliments, seeking attention and patting herself on the back all the while begging people online for $.

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    2. it should read 57 farming or homesteading women online!

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  73. She has commented many times that farmers have no time for adult coloring books. Yet they have time for all that binge watching? Sheesh. Oh, and another thing, she is NOT a farmer!

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  74. Seriously, how can you have not ONE crop and call yourself a farmer for so long? What does she harvest beyond having someone over to kill a couple of poorly cared for pigs each year? No clue who deals with her chickens in any way beyond JW (I suppose) gathering their eggs and scrambling them.

    Have we ever even seen a pic of her "flock" beyond chicks in a tractor she had someone over to build for her? I've never seen them in recent memory.

    Why on earth does she keep sheep that do nothing discernible for the upkeep of the "farm"? Saw some tall tale recently about her knitting stuff with her own sheep's wool, chops down her trees and turns them into firewood. Hell, she's capable (and unashamed) of even leaving unstacked - for weeks - the wood that other people bring her!

    All I'm aware of her sheep accomplishing for her or her "farm" is escaping so she can proudly announce they have done so again. What planet is this that she pulled off entering Beekman as a farmer and so many apparently still appreciate and admire her? Really, I do not GET it. Reminds me so often now of a certain narcissist who still gets lots of votes for being, shall we say....well, we shall not say, actually.

    What is the point of any of it? I suppose, as has been said so many times, she needs the animals as props and stage-set pieces upon which to base the fiction that she's a worthy one-woman farm needing SUPPORT of every sort: appreciation, readership (but what is there to read?), a mirror to shine her countenance upon, and to send cash to a gal who is nothing beyond a rural hipster in WA county.


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  75. She is a poor example of a gardener, let alone farmer. What a joke!

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  76. From Psych Central:

    Histrionic personality disorder is characterized by a long-standing pattern of attention seeking behavior and extreme emotionality. Someone with histrionic personality disorder wants to be the center of attention in any group of people, and feel uncomfortable when they are not. While often lively, interesting and sometimes dramatic, they have difficulty when people aren’t focused exclusively on them.

    People with histrionic personality disorder may crave novelty, stimulation, and excitement and have a tendency to become bored with their usual routine. These individuals are often intolerant of, or frustrated by, situations that involve delayed gratification, and their actions are often directed at obtaining immediate satisfaction. Although they often initiate a job or project with great enthusiasm, their interest may lag quickly.

    Symptoms of Histrionic Personality Disorder

    A pervasive pattern of excessive emotionality and attention seeking, beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts:

    Is uncomfortable in situations in which he or she is not the center of attention

    Displays rapidly shifting and shallow expression of emotions

    Consistently uses physical appearance to draw attention to themselves

    Has a style of speech that is excessively impressionistic and lacking in detail

    Shows self-dramatization, theatricality, and exaggerated expression of emotion


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    1. Maybe...... I think she's just a garden variety, full-blown narcissist myself.

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    2. I actually looked this up to try to understand a certain family member's attention seeking behavior, but thought it was appropriate to post here.

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    3. Probably a combo

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  77. Tellingly, for 9-11, in honor of the sacrifices and memory of the 15th anniversary of horror and death she posted the incredibly moving, unique and love filled "Come In, Sit Down" AGAIN. The needle hasn't budged, 598. If she hits 600 people I imagine a pop up on the computer screen reading "You Won!!!"
    Can we face the truth here people - it has nothing to do with farming, or gardening, or even house plants. Its not about farm animals, or dogs and cats, or hawks or horses. This is a US hipster using technology and current crowdfunding abilities to pay for her fantasy bills BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY (that means you - donor). She is not alone, crap the little spanish ice man got 300K in Chicago last week and let us never forget the school bus driver tormented by a 10 year old, she's sitting on millions now. This is a world of haves, have nots and then the few select freak money people who get their fortune in spite of karma and all logic -just like most politicians, names not needed. Fame is game and you CAF suckas bring the really money to the game board. Adios, time to buy some more bling and watch a little cable...

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    1. The big difference, though, is that neither the Spanish man nor the bus driver asked for any money. In fact, both appeared to be very hardworking individuals. Jenna Woginrich actively scams people. That puts her in another category.

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  78. FARMERS S UK!

    I know one "farmer" who sucks!

    Her latest logo is so hilariously bad!!

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  79. Personally, I find it in bad taste as a graphic artist, so show off proofs for a client that are not approved or finished as a logo. Her lame excuse that it's just off the cuff, unpolished are just even more annoying. That is something I would never do. But then, well, I've been a graphic artist for 30+ years and I guess that means I'm not a hip lass like she is.

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  80. Boohoo. She's been trying to capture a hawk from the wild to join her in the merry olde pursuit of small game in the noble partnership that is falconry. BUT EVEN THOUGH SHE'S TRYING SO HARD, she just can't catch one. Her life is SO HARD.

    Is this not the most hipstery, white whine you've ever heard?? Cry me a freaking river. If that's your greatest struggle and the reason for your exhaustion, you're living on easy street.

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  81. Honestly, with the exception of a number of political figures, I've never felt such utter contempt, distaste, and zero respect for anyone I've run into, even online. She just takes the cake, as my grandma used to say - at least in my little world.

    I'm pretty protected, for sure, only following a tiny handful of blogs and outright refusing to read most comments on articles - beyond the great NYT commenters, and present company. I find trolls too infuriating, bad for my bp - and the level of public discourse online is generally abysmal and disburbing. I'm one of the fragile sorts, stress-wise, apparently (not proud of it but can't seem to alter my reactions to a more neutral plane, or blithely ignore).

    She can turn even generally easy-going, nonjudgmental folks into haters with astonishing ease. But then there are those who are oddly attracted to her b.s. for some reason. Go figure.

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  82. Hey, if you guys have Netflix there's a cool documentary called Farmland. It's about young farmers and ranchers and it follows six of them. Very interesting. As a side note, there is a young woman who is a vegetable farmer in Pennsylvania. I noticed on the side of her panel truck that she delivers the veges in that her business is called One Woman Farm. Now, she is truly a one woman farm. Not like our little poser.

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  83. What about the Birchthorn SCAM!!!!!!!

    I can not believe that all the backers are just oh well, darn...

    I need to start a Kickstarter like that! You know, a SCAM that you put up a page and then lie and then underproduce and then just let it die and get $15,500 for it. For hardly nothing.

    Damn....

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    1. Histronic personality disorder - Although they often initiate a job or project with great enthusiasm, their interest may lag quickly

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  84. https://www.facebook.com/jenna.woginrich/posts/10209050089681864

    "Still no hawk."

    Reply: "Still no Birchthorn, either."

    Wonder how long before that comment is nuked.

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