Happy Easter! I did change my picture up on the top to a more spring looking picture, but I don’t know how long I will keep it up. The boys heads are cut off and you can’t see the farm very well. The pictures that I took of the farm all came out a little dark, which was disappointing since the Bradford Pear trees were so beautiful. Did you know that those beautiful white blossoms stink to high heaven? When my boys saw the blooms opening to white, they said, “Oh no, now it’s going to smell bad out there!”
At the entry into our farm, the goldenrod has bloomed…
Here is our pumpkin patch all plowed. The light area to the right is where the pumpkin patch has been in the past. This year we moved it over a little to give the old a rest.
One of the little delights here are the birdhouses that are on the fence.
Now our little kitty, Mary Rose (the girls named her, can you tell?)
Now on to Easter. I cannot believe how big the Bradford pear trees are getting.
After Mass, we came home to a beautiful, warm day. The kids went and played in the creek. It was a very relaxing day. Praise God! He is Risen!