Monday, March 19, 2012
Zeus decided he wanted to take a closer look and sniff. The last picture are what I will call wild Daffodils
they were here before I came and bloom every year as long as I don't cut them down too soon. I am not sure if the cows will eat them as they are on the pasture side also. They have spread more than usual.
Hope everyone has been able to get out and enjoy this weather as we have an extra hour of daylight.
Monday, March 12, 2012
I will start this Monday with a project I was taught today at our monthly meeting of Indy Decorative Artist.. As I have said we paint paper mache boxes for Memory boxes for women who have lost a child.
The picture below shows the lid of the box. I will give you instructions on how to accomplish this.
|In this photo Suzie is wetting the napkin so she can tear with a ragged edge. Separating the designs|
|In this photo take two pieces of tape rub on your clothes so they won't grab and tear. Place tape on outside face of napkin it easily comes apart make sure you only have one layer of napkin to lay on box.|
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
|This is our entrance to our area|
I went to Purdue today to get a hearing test. I am investing in some new jewelry for my ears.
This weather make me want to plant some potatoes when we have the dark of the moon. We are in a full moon tonight. I like to plant by the moon if I can. I know it is too early the ground has to be cold.
We have had several calves on the ground nice for them the sun is warm
Tomorrow we are scheduled to start cleaning out the barns it always make the air smell good.
Hope you all get a chance to enjoy this beautiful weather. Have a great week
Friday, March 2, 2012
|Dallas Clark Colts player was a guest at the Forum|
Tornadoes are terrible to have to go through.and the clean-up is tremendous. We have had three of them but none as bad as what is on the TV.
I have been so busy not sure which way to go. We are moving our store to town that is taking a lot of time
Below is a picture of two gentlemen in the Beef Cattle Business One on the Right is Bob Petterson and in the middle is Kenny Ramsey. Mr Ramsey received the Bob Petterson Award at our Annual Indiana Beef Cattle meeting that was held last Sunday night. Mr Ramsey is ninety some years young as he still flys his own plane. It was a night to honor several cattle people. The next day we attended the Soybean and Corn Review. For all producer groups in Indiana sharing the costs helps make a better forum and it was good.