I hate to go throw when it is 30 degrees and I hate to go throw when it is 65 and the sun is shinning.
Do I detect a pattern here....?
I really do enjoy what I do it's just that sunshine can all my name so easily.
Instead I had lids to trim and here is my easy set up for some quick trimming.
I use a piece of plastic pipe that I bought at the local hardware.
This works just great to drop the lid in and trim it up.
We also have a large collection of lids that we drop inside the lids to steady them as we are trimming.
Sugar Jars in waiting.
The shadows were great company and decided that they would come along with me.
On the way back with the mail, no bills today (yeah) , I cut around the pond and walked through the area of the farm where the original house stood.
As I looked up I saw the side of the old grainery and it made me think of all the people who would have walked through that area of the farm when it was part of the yard for the house.
It is one of the few buildings left from those days. The barn that was just past this building is long gone. We had it removed after a tornado came through one year and knock it off its foundation.
So January is shaping up.
Pots are being made.
Walks are happening.
Bread is being baked.
Life and sunshine.