In all our deeds, the proper value and respect for time determines success or failure. ~Malcolm X
Mini successes. I cleaned my house yesterday just by putting one foot in front of the other and sticking to one room at a time! Usually I am whizzing all over the place and picking things up left right and sideways and never seem to make it anywhere. Yesterday, I just did what I could do and it didn't take nearly as long. Perhaps this was a lesson learned? I have other tasks I am still working on catching up on but we have done quite a lot in the past week.
Since March we have had a lot to do. Never realized that we would be quite as busy as we have been. As I sit here writing this, the garden is calling me. Our lambs are growing by leaps and bounds, we need to weigh them again. We have had a spectacular hatching failure of eggs in our incubator. Our bathroom is no longer gutted (YAY!). We have put 4 or so gallons of syrup in the larder and many other things. I have the hopes of making dandelion wine but garden first. I did brave putting my squash in the ground. Lost all my summer squash but the winter seems to be doing well. Row covers are no joke, they do the job they were meant to do! I hope you enjoy some of the below pictures of the last couple months of our life (when I remember to take pictures).
Hi there, Wysteria here. I will be writing as regularly as possible on behalf of my family and regarding our adventures in farming, food, health and things of the like. My interest range widely and my brain wanders far. Namaste.