a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Sunday At The Farm

The highest point on the farm holds a beauty for me that I see no where else.  Today the skies showed blue with a dressing of gray but the rain did not come.  We surveyed the hay which cannot be cut because the equipment has died, thus is the life of a farmer.  We shall fence it and let the cattle enjoy it while the winter pasture grows.
There is beauty everywhere if you take the time to look.  Queen Anne's Lace is lovely in bloom but a pest when seeding.
This tiny wild flower has stickers along its stems.
The stocked ponds feed us.
Maria and Luke came to catch their supper.
Tonight they are having fresh Bass and Crappie.
Lil enjoys the outing
with her ever present stick.
The youngest grandson got his first barefoot mud sample.
Can you guess who caused this?
Then we went to the creek and washed our feet.
Today was a good day At The Farm.

10 comments:

~Tonia said...

Ahhh the joys of barefeet and mud!!

Vickie said...

Gail, I like your photos today. Especially of your little grandson walking in the mud. Your sky picture is beautiful, too. At our farm, we can get out in the middle of the pasture and see all around. East Texas is like Arkansas - SO many wonderful trees, but it IS hard to see the sky. Glad we both have a place to see it from!

Nora said...

I think Grandma made him walk in the mud for the experience. You've got to try everything at least once, right? Next time, a little more mud. Sludgier. Make his parents real happy. Beautiful pictures. The sky looks great.

ellen abbott said...

Nice post. Reminds me, did you ever catch the fish poacher?

Eternally Distracted said...

Farm life sounds fabulous!

Rural Rambler said...

I have always loved your posts on Sunday At the Farm. Summer and barefoot and being little again, just for a day!

Rudee said...

You must be the best grannie on the planet. He is adorable!

allhorsestuff said...

Yes...a very nice day indeed.Really loved the photo journey of it. Sweet barefootin, really cute!
Please send some of the color-BLUE-to Oregon Gail...I'm in a funk and am having your Sunday fun...today....Kac

Pat said...

Fresh fish, muddy feet, and a dog with a stick. Who could ask for anything more?

laurie said...

that sky is gorgeous. and i love fresh sunfish.

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