We had our Thanksgiving yesterday. Though my husband is right when he says we should make such a point of being that thankful everyday.
I found a source for raw honey just 35 miles from here. That's what I call excitement. I go through a lot of honey. I bake with it and drink it hot and use it on hot cereal, etc. I also found out that there is a food co-op here and I need to make out my order to go in before Sunday. More things to be thankful for. I also talked to my soon-to-be neighbor and asked her to stop by and give some advice on truck gardening. She used to do it and I still have many questions.
Because my husband drives OTR, I end up doing some things that are a bit beyond my expertise. I need to insulate the attic this week before we spend a small fortune on propane. I also need to call and go and get some hay for our animals and also to bank our house. I don't mind getting the hay , it's getting it up in the hay loft I'm not so crazy about. I've never driven our John Deere and it's not easy starting in the cold. I've never hooked it up to the power take off on the hay elevator either. My dh says I can, and he's probably right, but I might just take the extra time and effort to stack the bales in the bottom of the barn.
I also wanted to make the majority of our Christmas gifts this year, and between homeschooling, home remodeling, and the rest of this stuff, I'm feeling a bit overwhelmed today. So I'd best be off and bring it to my Heavenly Father. This is no way to be.
Praise God for this day.
From Glory Farm