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This post is sponsored by Theisen’s. I would never recommend a company I don’t believe in. It’s April 15. Our spring has never arrived and I’m not feeling optimistic it’s coming any time soon. Even to the point of considering spring cleaning, (or possibly just changing all the sheets), I’ll do anything to get out Carry on!
Dada made a sandbox.He plans to make a digger like these too.See that tiny reddish blob right in the middle? That’s Denton–He crawled all the way from me, to the sandbox. It has quite the appeal.Of course, it means I have to give baths more frequently now 🙂 and comb sand out of hair quite Carry on!
So you may remember I have been in the past a gardening fail… However, this year I may have turned the corner. I discovered Square Foot Gardening. My uncle gave me his book, and I fell in love. It’s a little different from simply raised beds and it’s working really well for me. Words to Carry on!
Or whitish grey as the case may be… The shearer sits a sheep on its rump so it is quiet and still. He’s amazingly fast and doesn’t nick the sheep skin a bit. I had no idea how much fleece I would be getting when I asked our neighbor if I could buy one. Two Carry on!
There’s Dada in the combine right in the middle of the sun. His three oldest wait impatiently for him to finish the round. He can’t wait to grow up and be a farmer. Dumping the beans into the wagons. Dada!
How I love this man…Just look how hard he works for us! And how I love his progeny… Just look at how well he breeds!Like father, like son.
Spring around here means Mud. Tractors come out for spring tilling, disking, plowing and planting. Rain. Raincoats and snowpants (‘cuz of the Chilliness factor). And did I mention Mud?
We had a baby bull calf born this morning. Out in the snow, but in the sunshine. Kevin got him into the calf incubator, and came up to the house to let us know we could help feed him if we wanted. We got everyone bundled up and headed down to the barn. Bundled up Carry on!
I would take a picture of the new baby calves under the barn, but the farmer doesn’t want them disturbed while their “dumb heifer” mamas are learning how to mother. In lieu of that I bring you pictures of water. I know. It’s exciting. I stood in the deluge of rain in 43º temperatures with Carry on!