We sure do hope you had a good 4th of July!
Here are a few highlights from our week – excepting the egg picture, these are unedited Pentax MX-1 photos.
I need to get back to that series – I love this little camera.
The Friday Favored: 19th Edition
1.) Something to do in a barn:
Olympic Music Festival – classical music performances held in a dairy barn on the Olympic peninsula of Washington state…picnic lunches…musicians in jeans cranking out concertos.
I’m thinking of adding this to my bucket list because adoration for barns and baroque are rarely intertwined geographically.
Have you been to the Olympic Music Festival in all its dairy barn glory? Do you want to go to?
2.) The Dividing Line:
The line where egg production timing merges and double makes you smile.
She also said some really nice things at her site to her readers about Beef and Sweet Team + me.
Besides her quick stop here, she consistently blogs about poultry industry issues and her everyday life at her blog My Other More Exciting Self. She’s available for your turkey curiosity and chicken questions.
She even talked back to Dr. Oz this week.
Respectfully, of course….with pink polka dots in the background, a touch of purple and plenty of professionalism.
It’s possible, you’ve never approached poultry this way before. It’s Friday – go end your week on a high note with Lara.
3.) Oh Oooonly Yoooouuuu:
Can make all this world seem right. (click for a music link if you prefer to listen)
Oh ooonly you can make the darkness bright.
Only you and you alone can thrill me like you do…
And fill my heart with love for only you….
Oh only you can make this change in me.
For it’s true, you are my destiny.
When you hold my hand, I understand the magic that you do
You’re my dream come true, my one and only you.
Someone picked me flowers. 🙂 You know someone agricultural and special.
My Farmer surprised me with a few plants after a trip to the Co-op this spring. One of them is doing quite well – all of its own accord, I assure you, since I have not been keeping up with the garden as needed this year – but that just gives all the more encouragement to our enthusiasm for things that bloom where planted. 🙂
It’s even more reason to appreciate those who grow amazingly perfect produce for the grocery stores.
Thankfully, “just right” is more the standard at home, and the rest of the pepper was fine…the worm had vacated by the time I started slicing. 🙂
Stay cool y’all!…as much as you can if your job keeps you outside a lot, like my Farmer.
How are ya? 🙂 Talk to me!