The weather is good for haying, but we could really use some moisture. The Rancher and his folks continue to put up hay. The yields are down from last year as we have not received adequate rain this spring. The oats will be ready to hay early next week.
I photographed these soapweed yucca plants when we were in Nebraska.
I see the neighbors yearlings when I go to Church or when they get out and visit us.
In addition to the dry, we are starting to see grasshoppers. Someone called them leaf-hoppers and they are just little guys. They have not done extensive damage, but there are a lot of them.
I like jars and have a few sitting in my basement. One of my friends found 51 in 501 goals.on Pinterest. quickly caught my eye. Glitter is fun, it sparkles and I had some on hand. After looking at the directions, I knew I could do this project! Non-food Pinterest project #2 fulfilled for one of my
Kind of pretty, don’t ya think? Even the Hubby thought they were neat.
Linking Up With:
The Country Homemaker Hop #25 at My Simple Country Living
at A Rural Journal
Farm Fresh Friday #8 at Sall’s Country Life
Farm Photo Friday at Fresh from the Farm