I know I get tons of sideways looks for using 'ya'll' when I live in the midwest now, but ya girl doesn't really care. It just rolls off the tongue so much better than 'you guys'! Alright, back to the point. We have this huge apple tree out front, it's seriously massive, hasn't been pruned… Continue reading It’s fall, ya’ll!
I love calving season. I love hearing the soft moos as the mamas clean off their new calves, and I love watching the week old calves as they run and jump and play. We have around 90 calves on the ground with just over 100 to go. So far we've had twins, a blizzard, and… Continue reading The most wonderful time of the year
A heifer calving on a sunny day? Blasphemy. Miraculously, one of Cody's heifers finally calved, and on a warm sunny day to boot. We were starting to worry because they were due March 1st and nobody had any babies on the ground, but it turns out they're just baking them for a little bit longer.… Continue reading First calf of the year!
I think the men were 'working on it' to please me, and fully expected to scrap the whole pathetic thing once my excitement wore off. Now all that's left is to put in the floor and hammer up some new tin along the long walls. I hardly wait to finish it up, but I can wait til the temperature doesn't have a negative sign in front of it.
This recipie will make no-fail, easy to adapt, perfect banana bread. The loaf was devoured the second I took it out of the oven, everyone was hovering around like vultures because it just smelled so dang good.
This is my tried and true recipe, you can whip it up in five minutes and let it rise while you get morning chores done. With only five ingredients, this has become a family favorite for the taste and a personal favorite for the ease!
It's that time of year! Starting your veggie seeds using an old egg carton is one of the easiest ways to germinate those little buggers...