I’ve been working pretty much non-stop lately, and decided now that Market is over, and our local quilt show ended yesterday, that I would take today off.
It’s Sunday, it’s very cool out, but not storming . . . seemed like a good day to take it easy, and not do anything too taxing.
So I went with My Cowboy early this morning to feed the cattle.
Cattle are funny.
They’re horribly curious creatures, so they watch your every move, especially when there might be some food forthcoming. They expect that there will be, so they provide the supervision to make sure you don’t forget.
The show heifer has her own pen. She’s quite indignant that it’s so muddy out because of all the rain we’ve had, and wants to make sure that she at least gets her special breakfast, and “don’t mess with me until that bucket’s full!”
. . . but wait! Someone’s missing . . .
With everyone fed and happy . . . and freed from tricky bale rings . . . we came back home, and I took a nap.
This afternoon, our wonderful neighbors came and mowed our yard for us, and I’ve been sketching new quilt patterns ever since . . . it’s been a nice day off.
Tomorrow? Right back at it. And for those of you waiting, I’ll have the 350 Blocks Project post up, so check back for last month’s winners, and to post your next totals . . . see you then!