Friday Follow-Up

This week:

-- Our peach and nectarine trees have bloomed; the wild sand plums are in bloom now.

-- Purple henbit and dandelions decorate the front yard, and blue-eyed grass is blooming in the hayfield.

-- We had almost two inches of rain over the weekend. Water and warm sunshine are encouraging the grass to grow.

-- The hens are laying well and we're currently getting 3-4 eggs a day, which is plenty for our family. One day there were 4 brown eggs, and the next day 3 green eggs; since then the nest has been integrated and I've gathered a mix of colors.

-- I've seen robins in the hayfield and watched a pair of Canada geese fly overhead. I love how peaceful it is here.

-- We saw a flock of wild turkeys down the road at the abandoned homestead.

-- One of our outside dogs disappeared a week ago. I wish I knew what happened to him, but then again, maybe I don't want to know. We had an influx of coyotes after the nearby wildfires, and we assume that he was chasing some off and met an untimely end.

Oh my, I MUST plant daffodil bulbs this fall!
These are blooming at another non-occupied homestead
nearby. They are so gorgeous this year.


1 comment

  1. Beautiful Kathi. :) Thank you for sharing. The Lord is gracious, and living in the country is something I will always cherish, by His Grace. He is so Wonderful.

    Thank you for sharing. I'm so sorry your dog is missing. Praying that he didn't meet an untimely end, and will soon return!

    In Him, Carra


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