From our farm to yours – Happy Thanksgiving.
Life sometimes seems to be a series of challenges. Too often I often focus on the things that didn’t go right – an example is our garden this year. More this year than years in the past, I’ve been thankful for all of the good stuff through the year.
On this special holiday designated for Thanksgiving, I’m thankful for my salvation, for a loving family and for the chance to try each day to improve on the day from before. I’m thankful for the many friends whose smile and friendship make me a better person.
Happy Thanksgiving Friends.
Fresh Cut Magnolia Blooms…Smell the South!
The Golden Girls (Blanche, Rose, and Sophia) have been very naughty. They are now dining in our Greenhouse on my tomatoes. This morning, I found the new hens partaking of my lovely tomatoes also.
I can’t believe it has been a week. We still have not named the girls and their feathers are coming in already. Tomorrow we pick up 25 Jumbo Cornish Cross Chicks from the Post Office.
We worked inside side today because of the cold weather. We were able to get the floor stained, stove and the bricks painted and hung the curtain rods. We also decided where we would put the furniture.