Busy, Busy, Busy

It has gotten so busy around here! I can’t believe how little I’ve gotten done. I do have several afghans in the works. I’m just not getting any finished.

Guess what we did yesterday! Willow’s lambs made their way to the barn from the breeder. She is taking Market Lambs as her first 4-H project. She’s a bit of a Supernatural fan, so the lambs are named Sam and Dean. I asked her what she thought about Sam and Dean going to be slaughtered at the end of the fair. Her response was that they die all the time. It’s okay. I think my kids may be a bit on the strange side.
lambs March 23
Sam is the tall one. Dean is the short one who loves to eat.

Jarrett was supposed to race at the district pinewood derby race yesterday. When he got there he was told he was disqualified, because he had graphite on his wheels. We hadn’t heard of this rule before, but it is what it is. He was heartbroken. His dad took him and bought him some new Skylanders, which made him feel better. While Willow and I were working in the barn, he sat in the car cradling his new characters.

I went on a job interview this past week. It was such a crazy, busy day. (They all kind of are right now.) When I got home from the interview I realized that I had a rip in the seam of my pants, and I had forgotten to put on deodorant. I probably won’t be hearing back from them.

I promise that one day I’m going to get back to posting about my afghans. I’m just kind of in a funk right now. Plus, I’ve got some people asking me to crochet other things for them. I’m going to try to get as much done as I can when I find free time.


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