A week just flies by...doesn't it?
This time of the year brings busy days, longer outside time, and kids happy to be out on the fresh air.
We have had some absolutely gorgeous Spring days in the last week, as well as drizzly afternoons, giving us much needed moisture.
It's such an enjoyable time of the year.
Fresh, happy, and all new and shiny.
Here is a glimpse of our week...
Boys doing morning chores together.
We had a sick little bull calf ....but he is doing much better now.
No more droopy ears.
My chickens are enjoying their last few days of freedom.
I'll be making them stay in their pen soon, as they enjoy ALL of the new green shoots coming up in the garden.
I think they already wiped out a whole row of peas!
I found a little surprise in my garden while taking out some invasive Soap Wart.
My Grandpa Jack had given me garlic the year we moved in...which sort of disappeared...and I found over 100 starts buried in the invasive plant!
I am hoping to have a good crop this year.
P.S.: If you plant Soap Wart, give it LOTS of room to spread!
Tim has been giving Lily riding lessons.
The boys are involved in shooting sports 4-H this year and competed last week.
They were awesome!
After church we had an egg hunt!
Even the chickens joined in.
Easter was just lovely and we just stayed home.
Don't you love just being home?
I am just starting to harden them off.
Hopefully we see roots and shoots soon.
He loves science!
I have so many dancing in the wind outside.
It's been so fun to have fresh flowers in the house again.
My Green Gage Plum tree is in bloom.
I love this time of year.
Just planting the garden.
It looks so bare, but soon it will be full!
Can't wait for crisp pods to eat raw off the vine.
Potatoes are next.
I love getting my hands in the dirt and looking forward to the generous rewards down the road.
Hope your week is going well!