Please enjoy these sheep and produce photos
I was given a surprise vacation this week. Wordpress updated automatically and a number of us have not been able to get into our blogs and websites. I have spent hours upon hours this week. I am tiptoeing in here, because things aren’t quite right yet
At any rate, I hope you had a marvelous Independence day, whether Canadian or American. This usually indicated summer as officially here in the Pacific Northwest, although it was early this year.
As you can see from the above photo, I haven’t made much quilting progress. Maybe tomorrow, my machine will be ready to come home. If so, I can pick it up when we get the hearing aids fitted and ordered.
We are praying that God will use this bad news day to His glory. Our oldest son, J has been undergoing chemo for some time now and the doctor believed they could remove the tumors by surgery. When they opened him today, they found tumors they were unaware of and since the cancer was more invasive then they thought, they closed him back up and will be doing more chemo.
We had 3 young men here today putting up more fences and doing several hours of weed whacking. We are starting to get caught up on that, especially since we’ve not had rain to encourage the growth. We are trying to get animal ready for winter this year BEFORE winter comes, We are trying to get dry pens ready for rotation yet this summer and breeding in the fall. This last spring we had a huge mud issue and it hurt our fleeces. We are aiming to avoid that this year.
I have planted green beans twice this year and now have 6 little plants started. 6 plants out of total of 4 packages is not very good. I may be visiting the farmers market for my canning needs this year.
There isn’t much more to report since I spent most of my day off my foot and working on a new website. But I have made terrific friends here and I miss you if I don’t blog. Therefore, I continue to share my life with you.