Yesterday's sunrise brought clearing skies,
and turned the rain-soaked upper pastures
into fields of shimmering diamonds.
The clouds gradually dispersed
and a beautiful sunny day emerged.
A good "solar" day is what we call it...
knowing that as each minute passes we are making more and more
So far, this year, our solar panels have provided
for all of our electricity needs...
even with switching over to an electric car and an electric gator.
Spring has definitely arrived.
Just ask the turkeys.
They spend their days puffed up -
proudly displaying their masculine physiques in hopes
of attracting the ladies.
Sadly, no ladies are to be had.
Instead, they follow me around the farm strutting and
"Sorry, guys... you're handsome, but,
you're just not my types!"
It's time for the four-leggeds to shed their winter coats,
and no one illustrates this better than Sally.
Beneath that puffy, sheep's coat of cashmere is a sleek,
Her Mama, O'Malley wears a similar coat.
After finishing my goal of sewing three dozen surgical masks,
I headed out to the garden to soak up some of the
There's much work to be done in the garden.
Very soon I will transplant the young kale plants
that are growing in the greenhouse.
Kale is very cold-tolerant and should thrive well
in the chilly spring weather.
So... as you can see, we are all doing well here.
Everyone is observing social distancing guidelines...
Sunny days like yesterday definitely help prevent cabin fever.
All is well...
hopefully with you as well.
Hugs from the farm!