Tuesday, December 6, 2016

What a Day!


 There was a very heavy frost this morning and I had to plug in the heater for the water trough.

 We had a garbage pickup before we went in the house and Little Wonder was terrified by the beeping and sound of the huge truck.  He started to shake and ran into the back yard.

 Sophie loves to look in the kitchen window, but is very shy about coming in.
 Class at 10:30.

 Carina and the kids arrived with our bread delivery...
 her daughter looked so adorable.

 Does this bread look good or what?
 Mid afternoon I drove down to Jenny's to take some photos of the furniture
 that was delivered.  Our friends T and R got 3 new pieces for their house and
Jenny was very fortunate to be given 3 of their old pieces.  Looked great!
Many thanks....such generosity!
 From there the pups and I went to Tractor Supply for some grain.

 By the time we got back to the farm it was starting to get dark.

 Dinner was leftovers from last night.
After that I drove down to the Town Hall for a public hearing.
Quite an experience.
Night all.
Look who got a new sweater!
My brother Bug.
 Can you tell that we are related?


  1. What a frost. Looks like you might have that white Christmas. Poor L.W. guess the truck was so noisy and large and something new.

  2. Oh Lori, Little Wonder in your header is precious. I love him and Phoebe on the car seat and this last photo of him is priceless. Who made the lovely bread? Would they share the recipe? Have a great day. Jo

  3. LW looks so darling. Of course he would get a bit scared by that truck! Large vehicle making large noises.
    Then I have Morris who tries to get in with the UPS driver and has no fear of machinery. But he loves to ride tractors and skid steers.
    Have a great day!

  4. Are you guys taking mom for a ride? Make sure she wears her harness too
    Lily & Edward

  5. Beautiful sunrise pictures. LW is adorable and I'm sure he'll get used to the big trucks, but for now it's good he's afraid of them then he won't go near them. That bread looks good, bet it smells wonderful.


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