Note to self: Don't leave any yarn projects out for a certain cat to get a hold of. This is what my yarn looks like now after it having been out overnight in my yarn basket.
I was working on my son's beanie, and it actually is still on the loom, but I'm not sure I can undo the damage Hattie has done. It's just a big fat tangled mess. Bum. Mer.
In other riveting news, Micah planted several apple trees this week. We already have a pear tree, a fig tree, and a walnut tree on our property. The latter trees need to be pruned, but with a little TLC, we should see fruit! Woot woot.
I had to pick up one last can of paint today for the barn. I had painted all the way down to the grass in the fall before we brought the goats home, but you can see how far down they have eaten.
I think I need to tether theses girls in the front yard where we have nice big pile of weeds in what use to be a flower garden. It's so overgrown now, I think it's best just to start completely over.
And a sure sign spring is near! All the hens are laying now. I went in to collect eggs today after I picked up my son from school, and look what I found. Guess it's eggs for dinner (again).
We're working on a new animal pen this week too. We're bringing home our last breed of animal in the next couple of weeks. Can you guess what we're adding to the farm?