Little Wonder wants you to think he is a prisoner in the barn!
Only when it's time to let the horses out...
After chores the pups and I made a quick trip down to the UPS store so I could pick up some posters I had printed for our art show.
Other than that, we were pretty quiet around here today.
I did a little more painting...
so did Gary.
A very different dinner. Roasted red peppers on toasted bread, bean salad, cheese curds and fruit salad.
Left the farm at 6:30 ....
and drove down to the college to participate in another Panel Discussion.
This is about the 4th time we have spoken to Dr. Pamela Haibach's class about aging and activity.
It's one of the most rewarding things we do each semester.
We range in age from 57-89 and have many stories to tell these kids about our lives.
Regardless of our ages...this is one busy group, and that is the key to aging with grace.
As usual, Chet (back left) made a loaf of bread for everyone in the class including the panelists.
After answering questions, we had the opportunity to sit down with the students and were able to discuss whatever they wanted. This group was particularly outgoing.
Thank you Pam for inviting us to participate in your class.