Two month anniversary

I cannot believe it has been two months since my retirement began!  I’ve been so busy that I am rarely in front of my computer which is why I’ve not posted any new stories.  This morning before I head out on the farm I’ll give you a pictorial view of my life since leaving public work and before I do let me just say that I am in heaven!!!

Laundry day

Laundry, cooking, cleaning and gardening just about every day.  I’ve been off the farm less than 10 days in two months because I am in heaven!!

Moving haybales 5th day 2015 (9)

I helped Eddie move hay off the fields and we had over 725 bales rolled this year.

Hummingbird moths on tall flox 082015 (2)

Gardening at least twice a week.  My daughter has a friend that clearing out flower beds and I’ve been gifted an abundance of perenials.Cavitini w a twist (4)

I have my kitchen back full time and cooking breakfast and dinner  every day.  Trying new recipes and perfecting old ones.

1st sunflowers 2015 (2)

I’ve harvested all of my mammoth sunflowers which grew over eight feet tall.


I have three new orphans to care for now and there will be numerous stories to follow about them.


Fall calves are starting to arrive and this was one of the last ones.  More stories about them later.

Cuddles aggravating Sassy 082015 (4)

Sassy is really starting to show her age and becoming white on the muzzle.  Cuddles is her best friend and aggravates her to no end.


This is “Miracle” orphan number three.  More to come.


This is Roscoe and orphan number two.  More later!


This is Cindy named after a friend of mine and she is orphan number one and a spoil rotten brat!!  More to come!


I finally completed my bathroom re-do and it will be my next post.


I went to Covington to visit Dean and watch him bowl.  He’s received another Special Olympics metal for his bowling.

The cellar is full except for the potatoes and meat.

The cellar is full except for the potatoes and meat.

The Cellar 2015 (3)

Canning started my first day and I just finished last week.  We’re digging potatoes today and the meat will come during deer season.

Have a blessed day while I celebrate at home on the farm!!  What a blessing!!

2 thoughts on “Two month anniversary

  1. awlester

    Sounds like retirement is the place to be! Who has time to go to work, when you’re living life to the fullest on the farm! I’m looking forward to more stories about the orphans!



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