Monday, March 26, 2012

A Good Weekend

On Saturday
we mowed,
both in town 
and at the farm,

and planted
frost tolerant crops 
in the garden;

peas, spinach, lettuces, turnips, parsnips

and lots of carrots   : 0 )

Come to think of it,

not all of us worked.

Some of us were kicked back

or downright lazy

to the point I was afraid rigor mortis had set in.

That's okay - only those of us who worked
got to go see the Hunger Games.

On Sunday
we trimmed goat hooves,
and got the snow tires switched out on the car,
which never needed put on in the first place.

We were also blessed with a visit from Sara.
which is always a hoot  :  )

She cut the twins bangs while she was here.
There might have been a tear or two involved
but it happens with haircuts and sisters it seems.

Actually, by now, it's all good and that happens with sisters too.

Amongst all this drama,
I manged to get my herb seedlings re-potted
so I would have room now to start the veggie seeds.

When Rylee saw this, she said it looked like something 
that should go on Pinterest. 

I am taking that as a complement from her.

I hope you all had a great weekend.



Chatty Crone said...

Okay - is it just me - or does your life look wonderful and interesting? sanide

Jill said...

Sitting here laughing at all of your critters!

You are one busy lady!

Buttons said...

How come the animals get to sleep while the people get to work? Typical :) B

Sharon said...

Sounds like you had a great weekend! (except the lawn mowing part)

It's good to play in the dirt!

I hope you all enjoyed the movie. I probably won't get to see it until it's on the tv.

Deb said...

your seedlings look great! And I love the animal photos!

Ronda said...

REally cool stuff going on there! Love your photos!!!

TexWisGirl said...

glad you and your girls had a good, productive and fun weekend. :)

Ashling said...

Animals have got it right!

DebH said...

What a way to kick off a weekend. But mowing?? Your way ahead of us on the greenery. That is incredible and you trees look to be leafing? I wish wish wish, I had started some seedlings too. How do you fit it all in? I feel like a slug, but I did get some hooves done also, along with worming a few. It took me all day to work up the nerve though, and boy does my back hurt today!

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Deb said...

you've worked those critters too the bubbles...sounds like a nice weekend...

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

She needs to come my way - no bangs here, but I haven't had a haircut in almost a year. Sigh.

Looks like a great weekend - you all were busy!

Nancy Claeys said...

Loving this post, Michaele... so carefree and thoughtful. xoxo

Candy C. said...

Love all the lazy critters! Rylee is right, it does look like it belongs on Pinterest! :)

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Well if we have to fess up... I spent my weekend mostly like the animals! I did make dinner for the boys on Sunday though. Glad you had a nice weekend:@)

Randy said...

Looks like it was an eventful and wonderful weekend.

Jennifer said...

Looks like a wonderful weekend too me :)

missing moments said...

Glad those lazy critters didn't get rewarded! LOL! sounds like a great weekend.

Snooks said...

We mowed our front lawn this weekend too. The grass seems to be the only thing that has started growing here. Still waiting on everything else.

@3Beeze Homesead

Jocelyn said...

Your pictures are beee-utiful!

I'm glad you had such a nice weekend. Looks fantastic!

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

Livie and I love the cute bunny!!