The Farmer is still cleaning out last year's hay, bedding and manure pack and getting ready for this year's contribution. Most of it can be done with a tractor but it is still incredibly time consuming. You think snow is heavy? Try packed manure.
Now it is storming again. We are expecting about 6". The way it is coming down, I think it will be more like a foot. It was 6 below zero this morning! Winter has definitely arrived.
Here's a great quick idea for your techie friends to keep their earbud cords untangled. They are Bud Cosies. You know how I love to cosy everything. These are knit of course. Clever girl Selma.
These lanterns are beautiful, aren't they?
On the island of Guernsey in the UK, the Vale Church has begun an interesting project to bring Christmas back to its true meaning. A Knitted Knitivity (specifically Mary, Joseph, and their faithful donkey) is making the rounds on the island visiting businesses, homes, and more to spend a day on display and bring joy to many people. A nice project that your church might be inspired to try next year. See more about it here. Those little knit figures are really making the rounds.
I got three copies of my recent book in the mail today. Fifty Sunflowers has been translated into a few different languages. Pretty exciting for me as I think I have only had a couple other books done in foreign translations. Can anyone help me out here? What languages are these?