I have to make every minute count today – Eric, Rick’s son, and Camber, Eric’s daughter, are passing through this way on their way home to Greenbush, MN – in the very top northwest corner of the state. And the other relatives in this are are also coming after supper to see them.
That means some cleaning today, changing bed linens, bathroom, and generally tidying up the house which is a big job. Lots of health care items everywhere.
Rick has his first therapy this morning at Athletico – I wonder how that will go.
I am so appreciative of the glowing compliments you have bestowed on Sam and her kids. They are great kids always but their performance cleaning the barn was above excellent. They are not farm kids so this was a foreign job for them yet they stepped up and gave it their all – for me. I will never forget this – never. I think it’s the biggest volunteer help I’ve ever had on 45 years on the farm.
I grew up on a farm in the 50-60’s and always had many chores which I hated but I think that work ethic has stayed with me all these years. You couldn’t take care of an acreage without it.
Early mornings on the porch with my coffee are the best. I’m going to ask you this question this morning.
I’ve tried to answer this but I’m still deciding. Leave your answer in the comments – I can’t wait to see them! Among my choices were pet care, rescue and adoption, book discussions, gardening tips, quilting of course, home dec – all the stuff we talk about here. In fact I think I’ve already got a daily “show”! Haha!
Thank you for you continued support! I’m sure I’m the envy of many!
I’ll leave you with a joke –