|Milton is very happy with the way the corn has made it through the “residue”.
The residue is the leftover stuff you see in the photos from the last harvested crop.
This is called no till farming.
|Soybeans – June 2013|
|One of our Wheat fields.|
|Milton is filling a 5 gallon bucket to take to the other planter.
This is inside the seed container of our larger grain drill.
|Then he dumps some into each seed container on the smaller planter.
Three generations – I love getting shots like this!
|The Chirps, The Ladies, The Chickens!|
(imagine me doing a happy dance about now!)
|My fabulous hubby has been working (alot) on this! My craft closet!
It’s not quite finished, but I wanted to show off his talents, I couldn’t wait!
I will be writing a post on it when the entire room is completed!
|Shout out to these fine ladies! I got to spend an evening with them!
Girls Night Out really do rock! 🙂
I am blessed.
This week PV was lucky to attend Vacation bible school at our church.
First, I want to THANK YOU all the people that volunteer their time and a full week of evenings to share God’s Word with the little ones. You are ALL wonderful folk and our kids are very lucky to be so blessed with each of you!
The best part for last!
|We took these three crazy gals to the circus! They LOVED it!
I’ve decided 5 is the best age to expose kids to the circus. PV was very vocal with excitement!
ES liked it too, but once the lights went down, hers was more of the “in awe expression”!
|These two beauties got to play this past weekend!
It was fabulous to watch and listen to them!
But I know, no matter how busy we are, family is the best source of joy.
Take a moment and hug, send a text, say a kind word, be thankful, kiss your honey,
and play with the ones in your life. Time goes so quickly.
Thank you for allowing us to share our farm, family, and faith!
Julie & Milton