It's a slow-moving, foggy Monday morning after a weekend filled with activity. On Saturday, I dressed up as Rosie the Riveter and drove an American flag covered farm 4x4 through a 175th anniversary homecoming parade. Out here, homecoming is a lot more than a dance at school.
Yesterday, we celebrated the upcoming arrival of our friends' baby boy by throwing a backyard baby shower. The weather was perfect, the food was tasty, and the gifts were bountiful. The neighbor even had 3 newborn lambs running around in the backdrop, adding to the idyllic scenery.
Now it's the beginning of another week. Joey's working hard harvesting corn and soybeans. We've got lots of pumpkins turning orange so we're hoping to sell them at the farmer's market next weekend. Here's to busy weeks, and even busier weekends!