Ted unloading boxes of pork We picked up the pork yesterday from the butcher. We do this every couple of years and yet I am still always shocked at how much meat actually goes into the freezer (it's a LOT). This is the end result of quite a bit of hard work. Removing ice build-up … Continue reading Pork time!
Stella stayed up all night the past two nights and caught one mouse each night for her efforts. All that late night partying has tuckered her out - she's slept all day! She won't budge even when I poke her.
Last week, we (Ted, Jake, Janeesa, and I) went bowling and ordered takeout. As we were sitting in the parking lot, waiting on our food, Sahara called and frantically told us to get home asap because the storm was coming in and tree limbs were falling on the roads due to high winds. As we … Continue reading When the power goes out
Gramma Izzie always fed "her birds" (wild birds), and I started doing it after she died. I'm still doing it. I have four feeders on the porch, and I recently put up a glass hanging birdbath (but the birds wouldn't go near it with water so I am using it as a feeder now and … Continue reading Bird treats
My kitchen is my favorite room in our home, and this is my favorite spot in my kitchen. I make a fresh pot of coffee every morning now that I'm home again (shout out to Ted for making me coffee and handing it to me every morning all school year!). Coffee, tea, hot chocolate, coffee … Continue reading Anybody want coffee?
Sometimes it's hard to believe that a puppy this little... DG 6 wks old - May 2012 ...grew into a dog this big! Pupper 8yo and DG 10yo - 6/2/2022
I don't care what he says - Stella is most definitely Ted's cat, and Ted is most definitely Stella's person!
I don't know what happened, but my climbing rose bush went WILD over the past two weeks! She's grown so much and has so many roses open that some of the canes are bending over and touching the ground!
These are our new steers! They will be here @ 12-18 months. They're very skittish still! These two want nothing to do with nose pats or ear scratches or a piece of fruit... YET. Challenge accepted, boys!
This big guy is a Lavender Orpington rooster. I absolutely love this breed. He and the hen (in front of him) are well mannered, large, beautifully feathered, and good tempered. They aren't flighty or aggressive at all. Ted can lift him right off his roost at night without getting pecked or kicked. This guy is … Continue reading Lavender Orpingtons