Equipment headed home from the corn field. Corn cut! Corn Harvest pictures in previous post.
That Kitty! He’s eyeing this sample of cat food that came in the mail.
Working with mixing and screening and treating seed wheat.
This pretty package arrived! Isn’t in done up in such a simple and prettty way? I won both these books in giveaways recently. Happy to have them arrive on my doorstep.
Did you miss this post from last week?
If so, jump over and read it!
We spent Saturday at the Peace Treaty event happening in Medicine Lodge, KS. It is held every few years and you can find my blog posts from last time, over here. It was a good day, We did get hot, but the sun went behind the clouds some, and a cool breeze would blow through now and then.
We watched the lunar eclipse Sunday evening. Some of our friends invited a group to come and watch it. It was a beautiful night. Very clear and not windy!
I’d pulled out my recipe for Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day. I hadn’t made it for a long time and it was fun to do it again last week.
It seemed from Wednesday on, our week was pretty full. Renae had her last orthodonist appointment and checkup!! She helped her Grandma out serving food for the Red Cross Blood Drive. My mother-in-law said they had a very small crowd and slow day compared to normal.
We were part of a facebook group last week, who gathered around an adoptive family and held an online auction to raise money to help bring home their son. He is going to be aging out soon and they are working to get him home! It was awesome to see the outpouring of care as all ages pitched in to help. Children to grandparents! Big donation or small. It didn’t matter. It all helped. Every single person and thing did its part.
We are hoping for some rain in amongst the flurry of field and farm work that happens this time of year. We had an inch of rain here at our house early Thursday morning. We were right on the edge of it and a lot of our farmground didn’t get any.
Hello to a new week and October will be arriving this very week!!