The neighbor’s horses were along the road when I came home last week. Between the beauty of the horses and the overcast lighting I was pretty excited I had my big girl camera with me.
I can’t help but think that J is getting close to having the haying equipment ready. He keeps pecking away at it and I lend a hand when he really needs one. After the 2″ of rain we received Tuesday night, and and a little more on Wednesday morning, the official “I would like to start date” got pushed back. It’s pretty wet everywhere.
J and Cousin T went to town on Wednesday. Actually they made a road trip loop and made several stops.
I stayed home and painted my last two terra cotta pots and did some touch up painting in the entryway. Last winter Rosie thought the trim boards made a good teething ring.
I finished reading The End of Always: A Novel by . I thought the book was ok. When I got to the acknowledgements at the end I realized that this was a non-fiction. Thinking back on the story, it was better than ok and worth the read. Randi Davenport also wrote The Boy Who Loved Tornadoes, a nonfiction about her autistic son. It’s on my Amazon Wish List.
Yesterday I started reading The Pecan Man by Cassie Dandridge Selleck.
This morning J and I are headed out to move cattle to a different pasture. We also have some work to do on a windmill. I have a picnic lunch packed as well as my camera.
Today I want to wish Amanda at Wildly Simple and very happy birthday. Amanda blogs about her family, lifestyle in northern Minnesota and takes fantastic photographs.
Darcy at Success is Reason Enough celebrated a wedding anniversary this week. Darcy and her Husband are active in the cattle business and passionate about AIing cows. She blogs about her view from an Oregon cattle ranch.