Tomorrow Is Another Day

Bloodroot growing in the pasture where I was fixing the fence

Well, it looks like I’m not going to get to post those pictures from our trip tonight.  It’s 8 pm, we just finished dinner and I’m pretty tired.

So I’ll get to it tomorrow and post my potholders for sale then too.   I still have about 200 feet of fencing to fix, I hope to get a good start on that over the weekend.

While I was working on the fence in the pasture, I tried not to step on the violets that are blooming.  The bloodroot was easier to avoid because it grows just on the other side of the fence.

One of the little Violets

Fate ran back and forth between me and the sheep while I worked.  And Zinnia kept me company, sometimes sitting so close she was leaning up against me. That was when she wasn’t running through the marsh.

A very dirty Zinnia sitting next to the chicken wire I strung along the fence in the barnyard.

2 thoughts on “Tomorrow Is Another Day

  1. You sound exhausted but happy. Big Spring jobs can leave a satisfaction. I remember when we first moved here my husband coped with big dead tree stumps everywhere. One was a huge old maple. It took him 3 days to get stump and roots out. He would come in covered in mud , looking like the creature from the Black Lagoon, but he got it up and out. After this 2 dead holly trees were infants’ work
    I have received the magnets–thank you very much.

    1. Removing stumps, I don’t think I’d attempt that Erika. That’s so much hard work! I’m glad you got the magnets and I got your check, so thank you!

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