Don’t put away the fuzzy blankets…

Good Monday morning, sunshine.

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Sunrise on the last Monday of February 2014.

Last week was a bit extreme.  First, came the coating of ice.

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Then, the thunder rumbled in bringing lots of rain and wind.  Luckily, we were not in the tornado’s path, but a very nice family that we know did not fare so well.                     Prayers for them as they clean up and rebuild.

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We needed more straw, so Pig-farmer, Hunter and I picked that up Friday evening.

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Saturday was … warm!  Happy, the donkey, got restless and worked on a weak spot in his pen so that he could get in with Abigail and Pumpkin Pie.  He and Abigail are not exactly friends.  Pig-farmer and I got everyone re-situated and re-enforced the the weak spot.  “Spring fever,” I said.

Yesterday, after Sunday school, church, a wonderful spaghetti fundraiser lunch and a nice nap, we trimmed the momma goats’ hooves and de-wormed them.  I had not trimmed hooves yet.  It went reasonably well.  I probably erred on the side of not taking enough off.  Pig-farmer held the goats while I bent and twisted at odd angles to trim.  All the while, the kids were chewing on my hair, since I was bent upside down.  They worked my pony-tail loose and I feared I would only have about half my hair left. 

But, who could get mad? 

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Don’t put away the fuzzy blankets, yet.  The forecast for the week showed not one day above freezing this week.  >:{

TrogNap

 

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About Marla Rose

This blog documents country life in central Illinois with lots of pictures, and various other ideas/adventures that come my way. My hope is to make you laugh (or at least smile) and appreciate this life!
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12 Responses to Don’t put away the fuzzy blankets…

  1. dayphoto says:

    We are warm here. I am so grateful for the warmth! It’s warm enough Terry even has the tractor out and has started disking the ends.

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
    http://handcraftedbyus.wordpress.com

  2. babywren says:

    what a life you have 🙂

  3. That’s why I refuse to plant my garden until March 15, even in Florida. Just can’t trust the weather.

  4. debweeks says:

    While you were enjoying warmer temperatures here, we were enjoying even warmer temperatures in Texas. Then we came home 😦 Snow still lingering on the ground, freezing temperatures and more snow in the forecast. Ugh!!!

  5. pattisj says:

    I could just see them munching on your hair. No charge for the cut, either. 😉 Pretty kitty. That first picture looks a whole lot better–no snow?

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