Friday, September 7, 2012

Our Week

I took a picture of our cut up veggies and melon because the colors are so pretty.  I've been trying to keep fruit and veggies cut up and ready to eat, in the fridge.  It really helps me to grab a healthier snack if the produce is as readily accessible as the bread and cookies. ;-)  It's also really helpful for putting together work week lunches if most of the prep work is already done.

We are still enjoying our weekly waltz class, and have just started learning a little rumba too.  This week we went early to have some time to stroll through the old neighborhoods in downtown Sebastopol.  The pictures are in the car before dance.



Crandon doing a welding project...
 ...a stanchion, to be exact...
 ...to hold our cow.  Yes, we are getting a dairy cow.  We'll be picking her up in about two weeks!
We've been doing a lot of reading on the topic of cattle.  Soon we'll find out how much we don't know! :-D

And this is our lawn:
 Which used to look like this:
Hasn't Crandon done a great job?

2 comments:

Dad said...

So, just to confirm what a 'stanchion' is, I had to go to the dictionary. Is this part of the 'cow press,' or 'squeezer?'

Sarah said...

Lovely update on your life! Thanks for sharing, A.! :-)