It's a rainy, cold Tuesday here at Lazy Bee Farm. We have a small fire going and coffee on the counter brewing. It should warm us up pretty quickly, don't you think?
A lot has been going on here this week, so how about a quick run through with a promise for more details later this week?
1) Evelyn, Deniece and I went to a 250-year old farm on Saturday to help the current owner (the farm has been in the family since the early 1700s) dress her loom which was built in the room in which it is housed. Five hours and three weavers later, we had lift off and a header was started on the rug Ida will make on her four-great-grandmother's loom. Yum.
2) Shelly and I attended a wonderful session last night for the New River Organic Grower's organization. We learned about the benefits of the organization (they have a marketer!) as well as a variety of opportunities, including a consumer supported agriculture program as well as farmer's market and wholesale information. Fascinating!
3) Mid-term has come and I am more behind than ever. I really need a wife.
4) Omission of information is the same as a lie, especially when it impacts another person. Period.
5) Under the steps is cleared out and the storage building is all purple and getting more and more full of stuff (such as from under the steps). Did you know that it is possible to have 50 paint stirrer sticks?
6) My pants are looser; Valerie is pleased; I am, too!
7) Sissie and I are neck-and-neck in the savings war. However, I have a secret weapon.
8) It is three pay-days until Christmas.
9) I haven't knit in four days. My hands are sad.
10) Chocolate-peppermint icing is really good on cherry cake.
Have a wonderful day!