- being sick and lazy.
- freaking out over my son's high fevers; so high the digital thermometer could not read it, only goes to 105 degrees. YIKES!
- deciding to grant my son's wish of being homeschooled. Curriculum has been ordered, lesson plans are made, letter of intent being drafted.
- trips to the Pediatrician and Veterinarian.
- waiting for the co-op truck to arrive for five and a half hours in a parking lot with two sick kids and one sick Mom only to discover one of the precious angels turned on my parking lights and we now have a dead battery and no jumper cables. Not to worry, fabulous hubby saved the day!
- lastly, a fun farm field trip on our first day of having 3 fever free people!! YEAH!
Weeks ago I realized I had a ripe, albeit minuscule melon. Sweet victory!
We have found a use for all the garden runts, mantel decorations (there are squash and melons in there)!
Here are the photos from our recent farm trip. The tour included seeing how the carrots are processed for retail sale (up the conveyor belt into the drum where they are washed, then hand sorted and bagged), bagging some carrots to take home, a tractor tour of the farm, and picking a small pumpkin out of a 'patch'. The kids had a blast, my daughter was clutching those carrots like they were the last four on earth, lol. She even ate one!
I am off to catch up on what you all have been doing!