Worked some in the garden...planted spinch and peas and some Lilly of the Valley...Still have to get the blue berries in and such...plus the trees and the trees I still need to pick up in Ash Flat.
Bought trailer tires today, gosh that was a lot of money. I needed specail tires of course(rolling my eyes) $119.00 each...ughhh but now we can do shows and such if we want to.
Planning on making more soap tomorrow I hope, sold out already...oh well!
Puppy is doing better, her stool is still a bit loose, I have made an appoinment with the vet, but it will need to be changed as I have to take kids back to the doctor tomorrow for a follow up. Need need to make dentle appoints for three of the kids and school starts again on monday, that linits the days I can do things of couse. Tommorow will be another lond day I guess.
About the bees, our new little loves will be here next month, we are looking foward to their help with the plants and trees and they will be a great blessing to us. We are gettin gthe whole hive deal from a lady in Thayer who usally just sells nucks. Bee keeping is a lot of work and no work , just dempends on how complecated you make it I guess. I am happy we get a chance to share the farm with the bees, it has really been a long time coming and I have studied about them for over two years now so I am a little ready for them.
All the bees in the hive are gilrs by the way the boys only go off with a young queen once and than die...hmmm Anyway the first year they will not make much honey, but that's ok, we want them happy and can buy honey from the person we are getting them from. Honey in it's raw for is one of the most amazing gifts that bees share with us. It is anti biotic in fashion killing bacteria, aids in breathing disorders and is used to treat many othe disorders incluing arthritus. Ewww the lovley fruot and veg will will have this year, plus I just love watching the bees and such.
On to the hubbies post.