Scottish Thistles

Scottish Thistles

Monday, April 17, 2017

For "BUZZN BEE"

Since it is spring and my sweet farmgirl sister and friend and I are trying to encourage each other, I decided to make her an ATC.  She IS my sunshine and such a sweet, Christian encourager.  Thank you "buzzn bee"!

Saturday, April 8, 2017

FARMGIRL "MINI" APRONS


Some of the farmgirls on the Farmgirl Connection are doing a monthly mini-apron swap.  They will have a wonderful collection of mini-aprons from different farmgirls to make a bunting/banner.  I am not participating in the swap but I've been the fortunate recipient of some of these cute little aprons.  The four in the the top photo were made by Grace Brown, who lives in California.  I sent the little one with purple to my daughter.  Her favorite color is purple, she knows Grace and I thought she'd enjoy one of Grace's little aprons.
The Western themed apron below was made by Linda Olivera, who lives in Texas.  She sent it just because she's generous.
They are all soooooooooooooooooooooo adorable.  Now it's up to me to find a creative way to display them.



Sunday, March 19, 2017

SPRING IS COMING!!

This cute little egg scale is one that we used when I was a kid to weigh our eggs for our customers.  I am the privileged owner of this 50+ year old tool and it sits in my kitchen.  I wasn't fond of the chicken house or the chickens but I do have fond memories of growing up on a farm. Those memories are more fond now that I'm an adult!  

Monday, March 6, 2017

KITTY LICKS . .

I have a two big south-facing windows in my living room.  Silky LOVES to be able to sit and look out or take sunny naps there.  This winter with the frosty and cold weather there is a bit of condensation along the bottom of the windows.  We have honeycomb blinds that have insulating qualities that we put down at night.  Silky will sit under this window and "beg" to have the blind put up and then she licks the cold water off the window.  Silly kitty!

Monday, February 27, 2017

OLD TRACTORS

 On one of our trips to the local salvage yard, which is my hubby's favorite place to shop, I spotted these OLD tractors.  I don't remember if I found names of what make they were on them, but I thought them to be interesting.

Where did they come from?  What kind of farm did they work on?  Who was/were the farmer(s) that drove them.

I grew up on a farm where there were many tractors, most of them orange Allis Chalmers 

which were the ones my dad preferred. I did drive some of them but I wasn't as expert as some of my siblings.  At least I never drove one in the pond like some of them did!

Friday, February 17, 2017

FIRESIDE KITTY

"Silky" my tortoiseshell kitty loves to spend these winter mornings in front of the fire.  As soon as we let her out of her kennel, where she spends the night, she runs to the pellet stove and cozies up to the warmth.  My hubby and I do too!

She is basically an indoor cat and can only go outside when wearing her harness and on a long leash.  She does well with that and we're glad to have her safe in the house.  (I believe that a predator got the kitty we had before Silky who was an indoor/outdoor kitty)


Now that spring is coming, Silky will be spending more time outside which she loves to do as well.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

The ULTIMATE GIFT

"For God so loved the world that He gave His Only Begotten Son that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have EVERLASTING Life!!!" John 3:16