We don’t typically decorate for Halloween, but the weaning calves weren’t hearing of it.
They did their own rendition of ‘Spooky Hay Bale’.
Good job, kids!
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September 11th, 2001, a day most Americans were changed forever. I worked at an international trade association and they held a huge convention each year in September.
As the Director of Administrative Services, it was part of my job to attend this convention each year along with other executives of our association. It’s a huge amount of work and it takes many hands to assure a smooth successful convention.
This year the convention was in Florida. So I packed the night before to make sure I can get to the airport the next day to make my early-morning flight.
Little did I know this day would change my life and the lives of all my fellow Americans forever!
Fall is here, y’all! Now I know some folks relish in changing the décor for their homes or porch with each changing season. Although it looks great, seasonal décor changing has never appealed to me. I guess I’m just not a Pinterest-worthy decorator. LOL
But still, there’s just something about the arrival of cool temperatures after a long, blisteringly-hot summer… I started getting the hankering for some cute flannel and/or plaid accents.
So I thought it would be fun to make flannel-shirt decorative pillows for our guest bedroom. It was easy, even for my novice sewing skills. And here’s the kicker: I use those decorative pillows in my guest bedroom to store my spare sheets. It would be a great place to stash the grandchildren’s PJ’s and what not I think too. Clever, no?
Every year my aunt shares with us the abundance from her very productive apple tree. She always goes through quite a bit of effort to make sure I have all the apples I can possibly tote back home!
But in the end RancherMan & I hauled back all we could fit into our small car. I’ll not let any of them go to waste – I set out to preserve all those beautiful apples!
It was a lot of work I’m not gonna lie. But after some time in the kitchen preserving them we have plenty of apple deliciousness in the pantry. Want to see some of the things I was able to do with them?
Apples, apples everywhere! My aunt shared ten whopping bushels with us this year! As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, there were many delicious things we did to preserve the apples but I tried something new this year: Fruit Roll-Ups!