Gramma can't reach her to take her in the house. She's yet
to figure out, Gramma has patience and catches her on the
Saturday April 30, I transplanted my pumpkins and broccoli.
We got a tiny frost May 3 night, but it didn't hurt any of my
things growing in garden. Didn't look like it hurt the corn
which some farmers have planted either.
Yesterday, I had volunteers to help go up to the farm
and help me get the brush cleaned up. We had trees
that fell over the winter, needed cut into firewood
and stacked, limbs picked up, waterway to be opened
to drain the water standing in field, and some mowing
to finish up. My helpers did a great job, and come
home tired and sore. They worked hard and I am
proud of them, it's not things they normally do, but
they hung in there.
So glad that part is finished, even tho there is more to pick,
but I can get that in the next couple days, if rain holds off.
Kiley has been so good while we work around at farm.
She got her first big tractor ride Sat. with Papa and I.
Now every time the big ones are started she cries to
go for a ride too. I am sure she will grow up to be
a little farmer, with her interest in all we do, she helps
with everything. She even picked up wood and sticks
yesterday, along with her daily dirt clods and picking
every dandelion seed head she could find.
So off I go to do some more getting things done on my
to do list. I love marking thru that list.