Our evening…


When I got home dh was watering all the animals.  I tended to the chicks, a job he isn’t overly thrilled about.  I started dinner, Navy Bean Casserole and sweet corn on the cob.  Our absolutely wonderful neighbor had gone to pick some from a friends garden and dropped some off with us.  I love sweet corn so I was thrilled.  A friend of Randy’s stopped in with his son for a swim so after we cooled off in the pool we headed to Grandma’s to unload some alfalfa.  We were fortunate enough to have the help of a neighbor and a friend to unload the alfalfa bales.  Not sure how dh and I would have handled it otherwise.  Those bales are just too heavy for me to be of any use.

When we got home from unloading the hay our cat, Cooter, had a bunny as big as he is.  A full grown rabbit!  Dh thinks it must have gotten hit on the road and he drug it home.  Not real sure, but I can’t imagine the little gimpy guy took down a full-grown rabbit.  He would be so offended if he knew I had told you all this. LOL

It’s my last day of work for the week, so I am very thankful to have the next three days off.  We will hopefully get our house in order in the next couple of days.  I plan to steam clean our carpets, so hopefully it really gets done this time.

Dh did flip out and turn the a/c on.  Like I said, we tend to get cranky if it’s too hot and apparently last night it was too hot.  LOL

Have a great Thursday!


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I am the wife to my wonderful husband and joint care giver to the many animals we have acquired on our small farm here on the prairie. This is a bit about our life on our farm. We are striving for simplicity and self-sufficiency, determined to become debt-free, trying to live in tune with the natural cycles of this earth, and challenging ourselves to transition to a diet based on traditional foods. It isn't always easy, and we don't always succeed, but it is a fun learning process. Join us as we stumble through learning how to provide for ourselves, get off the treadmill, and work toward a simpler way of life.

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