Sunday, June 4, 2017
Short Runner Beans
Yellow/Green Bush Beans
Jalepeno Pepper plant
2 little Broccoli
1 little Brussel Sprout
Full Sized Carrots
Thursday, May 4, 2017
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Friday, April 14, 2017
Thursday, March 12, 2015
I've been really enjoying the warm Spring weather, even if it isn't exactly Spring yet, it feels like it. The magnolia tree is in bloom and even the bees are outside buzzing. I'm getting my house more organized. I was home alone with Little Man on Monday, while the rest of the family went to Jon's grandmother's funeral. She was 99. But, on Monday I made some progress on the house and I keep working on it this week. My desk is almost clean. LOL. And I'm crossing some things off my list, like registering goats and ordering a missing disk for my homeschooling curriculum.
Thursday, February 20, 2014
Friday, February 14, 2014
Sunday, February 9, 2014
I'm not usually a fan of winter, unless it snows! I love snow. And snow it did these last few days.
Big snowflakes from the first snowfall.
The cows are actually super insulated from the snow. They have their winter parkas on and are making it through. They also huddle together for extra warmth and eat extra portions during cold weather which allows their digestive process warms them up. Next) this is my oldest daughter on the other side of our property hiking up the hill to sled down.
We don't get much speed on the hills of our property, but sledding is still fun.
And little brother enjoys being carted around on a sled.
Our goats didn't think much of the snow, but our little goat Henrietta (born last Spring) is usually game to coming out of the barn to run around with you.
Monday, January 6, 2014
Thursday, December 26, 2013
We celebrated Christmas on the 26th this year. My step-daughter wasn't with us until then, so we held off our celebration. We started the day off with boxed cereal (a treat for our kids) and a mocha for my husband Jon and I. Then, I made Gluten Free Huckleberry coffee cake and we fried up some cow heart.
I prepared simple stockings for each of the kiddos, so they started out their morning discovering (and digesting) the contents. Most of the presents were arranged beneath the tree before the day began, except for step-daughter's presents, which she wrapped after arriving.
My big girls (10 and 12), had rolled rag curlers in their hair the night before, so their hair was curly and wavy. My already wavy haired girl took the curls well. The straight haired girl's hair turned wavy. I redid the now wavy haired girl in braids. And, my little girl (Abigail) and the biggest (Mariah) also prepared their hair before presents.
Then, we read Christmas story from Luke, and exchanged gifts.