There are no words. So you post a picture of your daughter’s dog.
What I really, really want . . . . . We’re house/dog sitting this weekend. After living in our small space for the last month, being in a large home feels strangely uncomfortable. Not in a terrible way. Just uncomfortable. There is so much space between all of us and it makes me realize justContinue reading “Tell You What I Want”
Georgette took us on our second camping adventure. This time we headed to Clinton Lake and spent two nights enjoying nature and our home on wheels. Nature brought us something we weren’t expecting – Cicadas. According to my research, this is Brood XXIII, which emerge on a 13 year cycle. There were so many thatContinue reading “Camping Before the Rains”
This was the question Naomi asked me recently. We’ve had discussion about the animals that will one day be on our little farm and hae made it clear that a coop will be built (if there isn’t already one in place) and baby chicks will be the first farmyard animals to grace our homestead. We haveContinue reading “Mom, Can I Have a Baby Chick?”
As usual, there is a lot going on in the World of Weeks and I’m not sure where to start with the blog posts, so I’ll just start and hope it all falls into place. Watering the garden has become a daily practice around here. There was rain in the forecast all week, but weContinue reading “Some Updates”
Once we get moved to our farm and begin adding animals, we plan to also add livestock guard dogs. Dogs trained to protect our chickens, ducks, goats and sheep from predators. Dogs trained to send out the warning when something or someone is on our property who doesn’t belong. Dogs who will respond in anContinue reading “Dogs on the Farm”
The snow is coming down. It’s not coming down vertically as light fluffy flakes, but instead millions of tiny snow flakes are blowing horizontally across the yard. Every once in a while a stronger gust of wind sending even more flakes blowing off the roof of the house, spiraling down to the ground. Drifts ofContinue reading “Snowy Thoughts”
One of the things I’m working on with Naomi this year are her scissor skills. She is doing pre-school work and learning good scissor skills is part of most pre-school programs. Cutting with scissors allows her to work on her fine motor skills. Plus, cutting with scissors is great fun!!! Apparently, she is feeling confident inContinue reading “Scissors and a 4-Year-old”
On Wednesday spring arrived. On Sunday we got the biggest snowfall of the year. My dogs love the snow, especially Zoey! Here’s proof . . . . Yes, these are attached to her coat. She makes a great companion in a snowball fight.
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