Monthly Archives: January 2020

2020
01/07

Category:
farming
Life
quilts

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Time Flies

Time flies and this last year, the sheep have taken most of my time and energy, but I really miss the quilting and blogging.   I decided this year, it is important enough to at least get a little done each month.   This morning I pulled out these Sunbonnet Sue blocks and my goal is to make a quilt top from them before the end of the month.  After making 3 twin size quilts with the other blocks, these 15 were left over.   I’ll think this layout will work.   I am linking to https://www.elmstreetquilts.com for the sake of accountability.

The 10 pups have had a lot of extra attention this past week since the schools were on vacation.   Here the neighbor is telling them the story of the Lion King.   At their 10 week vet check this past Friday, the weights were between 18.5 and 25#.   No wonder we are going through so much food!

2020
01/02

Category:
farming
Life

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Happy New Year and Decade

 

Yesterday was a family day to play.   I chose a rather challenging puzzle which may be here for the month.   It is interesting to watch people’s reaction.  Most people find it compelling to fit at least one piece.

 

The Great Pyrenees pups are now 9 weeks old and in with the sheep.   They are loving the additional freedom and room to explore.  So far they and the sheep are mostly eyeing each other     Tomorrow will be fun.   The neighbor and I are taking all 200 pounds of them to the vet for their official wellness visit.

I’m still trying to make ICLOUD work so I can access photos from both the upstairs and the downstairs computer.   So far, a lot of time spent and a big failure.  If you are successful, please let me know how to download and upload photos.

My prayer is for each of you to have a blessed year.