Kitty came to the farm today, with her husband Charlie, to get some donkey manure for their gardens. They filled up seven or eight bags, which the put in the trunk of their car to take home.
The manure makes great fertilizer. My Three Sister’s Garden exploded this year, after layering it with manure last fall. We’re thinking of bagging some of it up and selling it at the Open House. We’ll see if we get that far.
Next Sunday, Kitty will drop off her work for the Bedlam Farm Open House. She told me how she reworked the sky on one of her prints and is happy with it now. Kitty is meticulous about everything she does. She’ll be at the Open House on Sunday, so you can meet her then, if you’ll be there. She’s coming on Sunday because she wants to be there to see the Sister’s of the Shawl dance.
Kitty is one of the founding members of the Bennington Beledi Bellydancers. She stopped dancing with them the year I began. I’ll always be grateful to her for introducing me to bellydancing.