Wednesday, May 21, 2014

A Flexible Living

I'm thankful most of what I do to make a living is flexible, allowing me to spend time with a family member who is ill.  Some projects have been progressing, when I've been home and able to help Joseph.  We're remodeling a storage space, making new sheds on the ends for tractor, mower, tiller and such, and creating a personal shop space for Joseph.  There has been much sorting through, and boxing up, and a first load delivered to a local thrift shop.

This Mercedes was payment for a recent job Joseph did.  He kept the engine, which was in good shape, and some other bits and pieces, and we took the rest to the salvage yard.

I was happy to see an indigo bunting at the feeder for a couple of days.  I saw either a scarlet tanager or a flycatcher down at the creek while walking with the pups.  It flew away too quickly to be sure.  That's life on the homestead, friends.  I'll be back when I can.

1 comment:

cookingwithgas said...

I am thinking of you and your family. Best! M