Danny and I sorted sheep and trimmed hooves last evening. I have had a chest cold and Danny has a head cold so we were not very energic. We will finish up on the sorting tonight and load a trailer load out tomorrow. Shetlands are staying unless I know that they are going to a loving home. I am very happy with that decision.
A good friend and co-worker gave me green beans from her garden and some tomatoes. When I got home, I got them ready and put them in a pan with ham to cook. Danny suggested home made rolls and some cinnamon rolls so I whipped up a batch to be raising while we were outside working. We ate about 8:15 last evening...meatloaf, baked potatoe, light rolls, greenbeans and ham, and cinnamon rolls for desert...it is a wonder that we didn't have nightmares or indigestion during the night. We are so blessed!
I am watching and waiting for an email to let me know that the Illinois Wool Processor has finished processing my wool that I sent in May into yarn.... I have been drawing out plans for new woven wool rugs and trying to plan out the colors. I can't wait to get back upstairs and do some weaving, I also have a orange and black school colors hat to knit for Lexi, finish a pair of stuffed mittens for my dIL. Never a idle moment.
The leaves are beginning to fall, not as colorful this year. I love these cool temps...life is great on the Spinning C.