This Country Life…


I make no secret that I am not a friend of technology. I have learned what I know only through relentless repetition( and a little help from the peeps here in the nest.) I did however think that I had mastered the camera. That is until the imported pictures did not reveal images of the lovely oatmeal molasses bread I made, and the tasty fixins for the breakfast burritos I made for the boys. Where have the pictures gone???  I will send out an all points bulletin and when we find them I will update the post. The bread was packaged up with some tasty seedless black raspberry jelly we got at the farm market intending to make a nice breakfast for DH and his crew….but alas was accidentally forgotten in the bag on the back of the couch.

Here are the burritos all packaged up and ready for the freezer…

This make school mornings go much easier!

Would love to insert picture of  tasty freshly baked oatmeal bread here…but the camera wouldn’t give me my picture back! Bad camera!! Bad!!

We had orientation at the high school and picked up marching uniform then went to Jenny’s Farm Market.

They have an amazing variety there! I am on a mission to try everything! Okay…maybe not the jalapeno eggs. : )

Wowsers that’s a lot of pickles!

mmmmm Jammmmm. We did leave with a jar : ) No sugar added seedless black raspberry! ( If anyone wants some…it’s in the bag with the bread on the back of the couch lol.)

Isn’t this a nice spot to enjoy a freshly made pumpkin doughnut and cider?

Kid #2 found a little bunny rabbit. How cute is that????

Jessica and Amy were so nice and helpful! Don’t they look like twins??? Amy was making the doughnuts : ) Yes that box on the counter is ours! No…I’m not going to tell you how many doughnuts we bought! : ) Kid #2 picked out a ginorous honey rock melon, and I found some pickled cauliflower.

They have a little petting farm too!

This one is an expert poser!

Newborn baby goat and it’s mama. AWWWWWW

This is what awaited us on the way home……

You know you’re in Pinckney if you’ve ever had to stop to let turkey vultures cross the road. Those things are ugly!!! And they think they have the right of way!

We spent most of the evening watching Kid #1 marching with the band at the new stadium.

DH took this one. Nice perspective from the top looking down. I should also note that the pic of the score board was his shot too. Mine had a goal post going through it : (

Okay…everybody line up.

That’s Kid #1 in the red shirt.

About the time I look down and realize the Kid #2 is already stepping all over the tops of his new shoes! Oh Man!!!

All in all a very good way to spend the day and enjoys this country life : )

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