Wednesday morning Dan took this picture around 6 am--gorgeous, huh? He's so good at catching beautiful morning light (I'm better with the evening light--probably because I don't have to be at work at 7 am (and this week it has been even earlier for him)--and these mornings on the farm are the mornings he wishes he could stay home all day rather then head on the 20 minute trip two towns over to work)
That picture reminds me of a song I just heard on Radio Heartland -- don't know the name of it (I could look it up--found it Choose Joy by Buskin & Batteau--and downloaded it, too!), but the lyrics said that every morning when you wake up you have a choice to start the day with joy--what a neat song!
Anyway, I thought I would also show you some updated photos of things/critters on the farm . . .
My pretty blue planter fill with pretty flowers (I just love the combo I put in there this year--I love last year's as well, but this puts a smile on my face)
Little Donald is growing by leaps and bounds! We figure (or Dan did) that he was at least 100 lbs when he was born and he has gotten SO much bigger!
Kittens are growing, too! L to R: Dewey, Bunny, & Hughey The ones on the left and right are brothers and little Bunny in the middle is a few weeks younger. She is part Manx(?), so she has no tail. She is really sweet.
Lastly, some knitting:
I started these Endpaper Mitt's (ravelry link) last week--they were all the rage a couple of years ago and now that I was finally able to purchase the yarn I wanted for them I am able to come a little late to the party. I am always a year or two late on trends (or a few years early--never the right time)
Oh, and last night the Dairy/Berry Day events got canceled due to bad weather, so next Thursday we'll try again!