I love a quiet weekend spent at home. Saturday I made a Rhubarb Strawberry Pie (from this spaghetti sauce. The house got spiffed up and pictures saved to an external hard drive.), for the fist time! I also tried a new muffin recipe and made
Sunday I woke up early and found myself back in the kitchen. I whipped up some No Bake Cookies, for the Rancher to take to the hay field. I also made Chocolate Pudding and Spaghetti and Meatballs for dinner. In the afternoon I worked in my flower bed and garden.
Here is what I found on this week’s Scavenger Hunt:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I —I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. ~
Silly girl Fritz! She is so cheerful and playful. She has so much energy, curiosity and life!
This black nose Charolais (white breed of cattle) steer is a yearling grazing lush Nebraska grass.
Last week I read sport as the next prompt; today I realized it is spot. Oops! Our bulls do not have spots, but do have amazing strength. Unfortunately, they tend to use that strength in a destructive manner. Their sport is fighting. Bulls are a necessary evil in the ranching business. They are big, unpredictable and hard to handle, but we need them, so we put up with their unsportsman like behavior.
Who needs paper when you can paint on barn doors. This is a piece Mom did years ago and Aunt J found in storage. Now it hangs in Aunt J’s house.
How was your weekend?
Linking Up With:
at Ramblings and Photos
at The View from Right Here
at A Rural Journal
Homestead Barn Hop #65 at Homestead Revival
The Country Homemaker #24 at My Simple Country Living
Thankful Thursday at the Wife of a Dairyman