Sunday, June 27, 2010

HAY is In THE BARN..

As everyone knows..in our area the weather has been up and down..no 3 days of sun anywhere. UGH!!! Well we got lucky and had an opening. Our friend Pete thought it was worth a try. It worked, the rain the day we were haying went on either side of us and we got 90% in the barn. The last 2 loads we got in on the Sunday. SO HAPPY!!
A huge thank you to our help. An all girl team for most of Sat.then along came 2 young lads that sure made all the differenc with there help when everyone was tired.
Sun. lots of help to finish it off. What a great feeling it is to see a barn load of hay..lol. Call me strange but that is just the BEST Feeling..lol. Our new boarders went above and beyond to help us and I am so grateful. My haying days are over which frustrates me beyond words!!Hubby still goes up in the mow one of the warmer places to be no matter what the weather. Not sure how much longer he can do that job. Hate to admit we are getting older..lol.



The news has been full of our Earth Quake..wow..what a feeling. Literally the earth does move..wow...Then laster in the day we had Tornado warnings for our area. Not what you would call a good day..but hey we did not get injuries..so all is well. Some wake up call thats for sure. 2 events in one day was enough.

Then this past weekend we had in Toronto and Hunsville the G20 & G8 Meetings. Unbelievable what went on in Toronto. So much property damage. All in all I think the police did an amazing job. The location was not well thought out..and the cost..was just incredible. Why not put them all on an Aircraft Carrier in the middle of an ocean and let them talk away. No one will try and hurt them there. Or...the UN. Whatever..just don't leave us with all these expenses. CRAZY...the money could have been put to much better use!!!

Well I am outta here. Up to the barn then some sewing.

Enjoy the day.





3 comments:

Delighted Hands said...

Ahhh, haying is a good memory but glad we don't have to do that any more !

Linda said...

It all comes with having a farm and animals. I remember when my sister lived in Stonewall at their farm and when we would visit it would be hay time. cut then bale. yuk.

Marilyn said...

What a lot of work...putting inthe hay!
I agree....the protesters are so distructive I too think they should hold the meeting in the middle of the ocean or someplace highly secret!!
Have a Wonderful Day!
Marilyn
xxoo