Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Around the Homestead










25 comments:

Jess said...

Hi Peggy...Hope all is well with you, and I read your comment on Libs blog about your hubby's truck. I am keeping you guys in my prayers...times are so hard right now.

Lots of love to you and yours. Take good care of the farm critters too! LOL

Jess

Mildred said...

I enjoy your pictures and it looks like you have some pretty determined helpers! So cute!

Jacque said...

My kind of living! I am glad I found you and intend to visit often. The boys are doing a great job, I know how heavy that hay can be!~Jacque p.s. I just love goats!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Peggy, Looks like you have alot of good helpers at the Homestead!!!! The garden is growing ----so that means it's officially spring.

Hope things are okay with you all. I read what Jess said about your hubby's truck.

Prayers and Hugs,
Betsy

grammy said...

Those boys are working hard.

Julia said...

Looks like a great work day to me. I'd be up for all of that too.

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

You certainly have your garden underway. The lads working so hard remind me of Parker when we first moved on the farm. He worked so hard and so willing for a 12 year old. Haying was so hard!

You nature sounds always get my cats looking around. And when the water starts I invariably have to make a trip to the bathroom.

ChristyACB said...

Great photos of a family working together on a gorgeous day!

BTW, my cat adores this nature sounds soundtrack with the birds. He gets all up in the computer trying to get the birdies.

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

Everything always looks so well manicured around there.

Marci said...

Your garden looks great and I love your helpers!!!

DayPhoto said...

Goodness what happened to your hubby's truck? Is he alright?

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

JoyceAnn said...

Your garden looks wonderful and it looks like you've got some mighty fine helpers.

Praying for you and William , hope he's back on the road soon.

~ Many Blessings ~
JoyceAnn

Barbara said...

Peggy, Your garden looks great and I love the pictures of the boys stacking the hay.

Hope all else is going good at your house.

meggie said...

Great looking garden! Very industrious helping hands there!

Christy said...

Nice garden and nice hay! I really want a garden cart like that.

Kelly or Alex said...

Is that really green things growing in a garden? We have brown left over weeds not growing in ours. Alex has been drooling over tillers at every store that she sees them. It is getting difficult to pull her her away. Also, can we borrow those boys? We have so much work to do and not enough hands.
Kelly

SWEETHEARTS MOM said...

Well I thought you and william had turned into child laborers and then I saw the one pic of their faces not only smiling but with determination showing too. I don't know what is going on with williams truck but I figured it couldn't be that you are keeping him around so much just cause he's cute. I hope things work out soon.

southern queen bee said...

Looks like you have some great help with that hay...

Amy said...

Nice pictures, I'm in Georgia now.

The Raggedy Girl said...

What sweet photos and everything looks so green.

The Raggedy Girl

Sparky ♥ ∞ said...

All these pictures are simply wonderful. Thanks for sharing a day on your farm.
PS: I'm still enjoying the soaps! They smell so lovely. I'm going to have to order more for Christmas gifts. They'd be perfect for that. :o)

Dana said...

Did you see the story on the news about the goat and the dog walking the streets in Virginia lost. They were buddies. Some one has adopted both of them, isn't that sweet. Looks like you guys have some real strong helpers:)

ga.farmwoman said...

Hi Peggy,
Your garden is looking great. I can tell a lot of hard work is going on around your homestead. I understand that part!
It is nice you have such handsome and hard workers there.
Take care.
Pam

PEA said...

I've had to lift and carry some of those bales of hay and they're not light!!! lol Heavy buggers they are! I can't believe how much everything is growing over there, sis, you're so ahead of us. My tulips and daffodils haven't even bloomed yet! lol Love ya! xoxo

smallpines.com said...

Hey, that garden is looking great! But I want some tomoato pics! LOL Really looks wonderful. Sorry I haven't been able to check in as much with getting ready for the move!