We enjoyed our morning coffee on the porch – what’s not to like about this?
And then on to very fresh eggs for breakfast – see how these eggs sit up in the pan? Straight from the barn to the frying pan.
I drove Red to the printers today and signed off on the second edition of Oh, Susannah! which will be ready next Monday or Tuesday and then my work begins. I will send these books out immediately and get your checks to the bank.
If I ever forget to post your photo, please let me know. I received a couple more parking pictures to share – I hope I’m not reposting them.
Carol and I went on a long ride in Red and stopped for an ice cream cone so tonite all we had for supper was a slice of roast porch and a small salad. This is the way I, too, love to eat. Rick needed a big hunk of meat and beans. He’s doing well and today was a marker – he switched to a cane! I hope we can put the walker away.
You know those gorgeous hydrangeas? They’re called Annabelles and I got them from Carol’s mom Emma many years ago and just kept transplanting them around the farm. They are so so big this year. Here is Carol in front of her mom’s hydrangeas.
This is a memory from Jeannie – in 1996 I opened my upstairs as a quilting B&B with room for 6 people, I think. I had such plans for quilting retreats and then I married Rick. That was the end of the B&B. Haha! I loved receiving this picture. Thank you.
Our fair is starting next week and I have volunteered to bring my quilts again for display so the next two days will be spent taking quilts down and packing up the car with as many as I can pile in. It’s what I can do to make the fair a better fair for those who attend.
Here’s a picture to describe farm life – this beautiful red barn.
Here’s the other side of farm life – weeds! I pulled all these by the barn the other day when I couldn’t stand it anymore even though nobody could see them but me. Ugh. No wonder my back hurts.
Kathy is ready for next year!