Wednesday, October 20, 2010

It's Raining, It's Pouring


We are having some crazy rain here on the homestead.  It's been raining a couple days a week all month.  Mabel the Marvelous Dancing Jersey Milk Cow has been through the fence twice, and is currently on timeout in her corral.  The roof is leaking all over my closet, that's what I get for a fear of heights.  On the other hand, we have some wonderful green grass coming up all over the place.  Need to fix the fence so we can let the animals out to graze on it.


Princess, the crea, comes to sniff my ears and my tea in the mornings, when the weather is nice enough to sit out in the back yard for a few minutes.


In the sewing room, we're replenishing the winter wardrobe with jeans, jammies and flannels.  In  the kitchen, we're trying new recipes for whole wheat cinnamon rolls - yummy - sourdough starter and hamburger buns.  We've sold out of oatmeal and castille soap, so it's into the workshop to make a couple batches for holiday orders.  We also need to finish getting our wood in for the winter.  There's nothing like a cozy fire in the woodstove to warm your soul on a gray day.

Hope you're getting set for an enjoyable winter, too!

3 comments:

Denise said...

sorry about the roof....
I have mixed emotions about winter- I do love it, just not for 3-4 months! lol Wish it was a bit shorter. : )

April said...

Great post! Wish we lived on homestead... :-) A crea, is that like a llama? My husband loves llamas. :-)

Popping by from the crew. Come visit sometime..

April

mrsd said...

April, yes, a crea is a baby llama. It's great living out in the country!

Denise, I agree, I only need a couple months of winter myself...