So close, but not quite yet. Warm days feel like spring is here, but are followed by colder days that remind us to be patient.
Yeah. Roses speak of love and delicate creations.That early morning drive took us to a garden meeting. A woman from the Hubbard area, where we were, is a true farm woman, and it sounded like her family is pretty self sustaining. She raises seven and a half (she’s expecting) children, lots of goats, chickens, and cows.
She was at the meeting to give a short talk and sell her products. The usual goat products of soaps and lotions as well as some creams for pain and other products were available.
But the highlight of the meeting was the baby kid. In fact, the whole meeting was disrupted as people jumped up with their phones to get pictures. At least, I was polite enough to wait until the end of the meeting. Okay, that’s patting my own back.
“In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.”