The Desperate Farmwives video below was compliments of my Mister. I don't know WHY he would feel the need to make one...and I have NO IDEA how that feedbag that he showed in the video became frayed. That's my story and I'm stickin' to it. You could tell it was him because the video was accompanied by a short succinct sentence. And OBVIOUSLY one sentence doesn't cut it for the likes of me. Chatty, I am.
I don't know what other videos he may make or when the next will appear...but I will be on the lookout same as you. I don't need an excuse to enjoy a good Mattie video. Isn't that eye twinkle something?
|Our pumpkin/sunflower patch is pretty spectacular these days!|
|When in the throws of canning, Mothers often allow their children to do crazy things- just to keep them occupied and OUT of the kitchen. Facepainting always works.|
|Andrew is a Jersey cow chewing on daisies. In case you couldn't tell.|
|I've been wondering where all our eggs are disappearing to these days- then I caught the culprits red handed.|
|our first garden grown cantalope of the year!|
|Morning in the living room.|
|the cutting garden is providing me lots of bouquets. I am trying to soak them up for the flowerless winter ahead. I am not sure if it is the cold that makes winter so depressing- or the lack of flowers.|
|The boys are digging up the sod and finding stone sidewalk. If you stop by- beware the little cars by the stoop!|
|Remember I told you I wanted to do a colorful version of the blessing bonnet? Here it is! I decided on purple and green.|
|Due to my unfortunate babyless situation, I must use Chrissy doll to model.|
And yet the day is half over and the breakfast dishes are still waiting to be hidden in the dishwasher. That is what happens when I realize, a few hours before deadline, that a Schoolhouse Review is due by noon! And I certainly can't leave you all hanging with just a REVIEW post. ICK.
There was only one thing to do.
I simply HAD to sit here and show you some of the bright cheery things that keep my spirits up during these busy, fleeting September days.
May your day be cheery and bright, my friends.