When I can think of a header that is not ‘more rain’. I will let you know. Another deluge yesterday evening.
But we did get another small pig pasture sown before the rain. As the pigs move we clear the rooted up plots and sow whatever I have collected. And the results are marvelous. Nothing is left bare! This time we put in some wheat seeds that were spilt at The Mill the other day and oats and a huge bag of sweet corn I found loitering on the floor of the Green Room. It is definitely late for sweetcorn but you never know and as a pig feed in the field it will be just fine.
Everything is growing so fast!
Today, after chores, I am going shopping. I need to get some girl-stuff and I have not been anywhere in ages. And until I get Del onto once a day milking, going to Town will have to do.
But once Del is on OAD I am going up to Chicago – I miss the city!
Next month I will start the process to renew my Green Card. I will take you through that journey with me. So far I see that it will cost over $500 – there is the application, then biometrics, and the criminal check and an interview and I cannot apply until I am six months away from expiry which is 03.18.20 so I want everything ready to go by 09.18.19.
Last time this all took almost 18 months. Hopefully a renewal is faster. But there have been many changes to the immigration law, the deluge in applications and few additional staff so they have a massive backlog.
We will see – and you will see too as we go through it. There is a lot of waiting.
It is a soppy muggy morning so far.
A good day for a break away from the farm.