It was a beautiful 64 degree day out today and it felt wonderful! In fact it felt like spring so I posted a cute slideshow of Daniel with spring flowers. He seems to be growing by the day! I guess you might say it's an "Indian Summer". (is that a local term? Hmmm, if it is, it means nice weather late in the fall) There's also a few extra nephews and a niece on some of the pictures that came over for awhile this evening to play legos.
Arthur and his dad finally got into the flax field. It's pretty muddy so in some places they had to drive with the duals and both combines managed to get stuck more than once. That means we'll be baling flax straw really soon here. Some years we sell around 3,000 but I'm not sure there will be that much this year. People buy them to put on their septic systems and around their houses, especially if they live in a trailer house. It keeps things from freezing up in the winter.
We finished butchering the last of the chickens today except for the ones we're keeping for egg laying. Did school, laundry, etc.
"But the mercy of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting upon them that fear him, and his righeousness unto children's children; To such as keep his covenant, and to those that remember his commandments to do them." Psalm 103:17-18