|My Friendship Star wedding quilt|
|all of the pillows getting a fresh scent|
Okay I live in the Midwest, mild is mixed with snow showers and pouring rain. Today was mild so I took my quilts and aired them on the clothesline. I also aired out our pillows. After a long winter it will be so nice to crawl into bed under blankets that smell like spring. You know the scent; cool, crisp, almost new. The first promises of new growth, new opportunities, all of the things spring promises.
|Can you see the snow in the background?|
I went to check on the cows and managed to get closer to them before Daisy Mae gave me a look that seemed more like a warning and a promise wrapped up in one. One of the farmers told me that she has a lot of attitude. I realized I might need to change her name to Bossie. I watched Coal suckle from his mom. It was kind of funny actually, as Coal kept head-butting his mother's udder to get to another teat. I left him to his lunch and came back to the house to get mine.
|They constantly tangle themselves in the bush on the left|
Rufus and Rover spent most of the morning in the yard, tied to their tree. Since Rufus has been wandering off a lot lately I decided the tree was best.
|Can't wait to see what they will be.|
Knowing that we are changing our clocks ahead this weekend I looked around my flower beds to see if any plant had gotten the memo. I was excited to find these.
I hope you have a great weekend.
|The blanket underneath is crib size. |
Sending love from the farm.
Don't forget to change your clocks!!