The Farmer had asked for extra time out before getting chickens again, to give his leg time to recover. (By the way, it's o.k. now.) I think "they" gave us two or three extra days, just long enough to make me want to retire, so yesterday we filled the houses again. (You're saying, "Oh no! not another picture of chickens!")
There were twins this week; what a cold, cold time for babies. I don't see how people can raise cattle in the northern states where it is so much colder. We have them in the barn with their mother. (Terrible picture of them :(; too dark inside the barn)
This morning the Farmer sent off a load of hay that was purchased last summer but only now being picked up; sometimes we wonder if we should have kept it since this winter more hay has been needed. This load went up the mountain in all this fog.
So, there you have it: my life these days. There have been some quilting projects tucked into a few hours most days that I want to tell you about; a wonderful Christmas surprise gift and a fun tradition my girls and I have going; some crochet work ~ just give me a few days to catch up. Writing a blog post takes up so much time because I sit and wait and wait for the pictures to load.
Until next time, be happy!