Quiet, firm and even heavy at times. All the animals stood out in it.
Just lovely. Though I cannot stand the waterbarrels back up to save any as it is due to freeze again tomorrow. However, that water is soaking into our wonderful earth and will wait in there.
Of course this morning is windy and cold again but I will not be downhearted. Spring will come one day. It has to. And every little drop of rain that we store in the ground will contribute to grass growth. Though looking at the dead fields it is hard to imagine it all covered in clover and grass and alfalfa. But spring will come in a while.
Good morning. Yesterday the children and I milked the cow and gathered some eggs and made baked custard for lunch. They were thrilled. Today we are off to the junk yard again to look for glass for John’s recycled glass house soon to be built adjacent to the Coupe. Won’t that be a fine thing!
Have a lovely day.
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