Thank you. Yes, you.
I’m a bit overwhelmed by all the nice comments and traffic to my blog the last few days. When I step back and realize that people I’ve never met are thinking of us, praying for us, even grieving with us – well, it just floors me. I’m sorry to bring some of the sadness of losing Wellington into your life, but I am so grateful to all of you.
On my last post I did promise not to be dreary and to have some farm tales. So, I’ll post a few pictures.
Yes, it was bound to happen eventually. Spring planting has begun. We got some planting done yesterday and last night, but the rain has halted things today.
My little PSA for those of you who live in rural areas: Please be patient with farm machinery on the roads. I know they may slow you down, but please be safe and give them some space. That person up in the tractor is somebody’s dad or mom, their husband or wife.
Generally they will even move over when they can so you can pass. Just be safe out on the roads!
My other pictures of the day are courtesy of my husband. We were both checking on the cows in the back barn before we headed home last night, and I thought it would be a great photo opp. I know I don’t post many pictures of me at the farm because usually I lack a photographer.
Well… I was hoping we might get some better shots. I also didn’t realize these were so darn far away.
Still, I’ll take what I can get. Just to show that I really do spend time out in the barn with the cows. 🙂
This post is already so helter-skelter I hesitate to share any running tales. The quick version is I ran 6 miles yesterday, had some small twinges in my knee, but everything feels okay today.
That’s all for this evening. Thanks again for all your comments and support.