Someone is working harder than the other ladies. Three days in a row, I brought in a large egg. So far, they are not double yolks.
This is Mom I think. Mom and baby are living in what's left of the big barn. Mom was digging up black walnuts and baby was flying out and getting them, and zipping back in the barn. That little thing is so adorable.
However, at the same time, Sassy was checking out the scene too. Our barn cats will kill and eat baby squirrels.
Sunday I took a look at my potted comfrey. Not many large leaves yet. I needed to make a poultice for Hubby, so I went into my pantry in search of dried. It was the first time to use dried comfrey, but it worked. This year I planted a extra pot, to make sure we have enough of it. I'm just sorry I never planted it earlier, and learned about it when I first planted my herb garden. It's a pretty valuable herb to have. I just have to remember my food processor works much better to make a poultice than my blender.
Let's just say Hubby said I need to plant an entire yard of it, he's that happy with the results of it.
Rain arrived late afternoon on Saturday, and enough that I didn't have to water the newly planted vegetable seeds. Whew! We didn't get enough rain the next day and today things are very dry.
A quick update on the nuisance business. We called the Sheriff (again) to report trespassing on our property Sunday about 6:30pm. They were in a full size mud truck and drove on our property, right in front of me. I filmed the entire thing, and the women in the back said "wave at her" indicating they knew they were about to go on private property. Either way we filed yet another report and the Sheriff went to the nuisance business this time.
Well, I slept in late (oddly) and must get out to the garden. Hubby tilled up more for me, and there is no sign of rain.