okay, maybe not three feet, but everythng is water-logged here. I know this is good for us. The ground is happy and saturated. But now the water table is coming up and we have water in the basement. I took out the sump pump just in case. Don't want our new furnace to have to learn to swim. It's been raining for forever. I exagerate again. The north pasture is under water. The south pasture is just very wet. I think tomorrow it's supposed to stop raining. When I went out at 6:00 a. m. this morning it was snowing.
We don't have a dryer, so I have an abudance of wet clothes hanging outside, and in the basement. My kids have been drying their jeans over the heat ducts.
Just think how nice the soil will be for growing things next spring. (Trying to be a glass half full kind of person.)
My wonderful husband has told me that I can get some angora goats. The price is something that we can afford and it seems like the right time. (except for the flooded pasture, of course.) I'm excited and I hope that I can care for them the way they should be cared for. I've had milk goats, but not angoras. I'm getting a couple of doelings. I'll post pics when they come.
Well, I guess I'd better go and do something productive. I have pumpkin bread and regular bread on my list to make, and books for our business to update before Thursday when I meet with our accountant. Book work is something I just dread and now that we've incorporated, we have a lot more of it. If I come to mind and you picture me bent over a pile of papers, please pray for me. This is an area of anxiety for me. This and finances. God's teaching me to rest in Him. I'm just a slow learner.