So the next day, Mom called for all farmhands on deck to test our snow for snowman worthiness.
Ace had no problem forming the perfect “snowball” but it was a “snowman” Mom wanted.
After a proper snowball fight, we had one more distraction to accomplish. In honor of MaryJane’s fall from grace the day before, we thought we’d try to make her feel better.
Okay, back to work …
hmmm … Our snowman might not be photo worthy either.
Too bad. We’ll have to play in the snow again next week once it warms up. 20 degree snow, even with the sun warming it, doesn’t lend itself to the legendary Frosty we were hoping to create.
In honor of National Hat Day, we wish you a wonderful one!
Lots of love from a few of the ladies at MaryJanesFarm … Megan, Ace (Multimedia Producer), Karina (Design Assistant), and Louise (Photographer and Digital Imaging Specialist).
Lea was born the morning of May 22, 2011. Louise, one of my farmhand photographers, started training her little gray filly that very day. Aside from an unusual nervousness about her feet, Lea was easy to train. First a bit, then a saddle, and eventually she let Louise rest across her back.
Recently, Louise received a call from her friends who board Lea to say they’d …
Okay, this is going to be a glimpse of glamour, farm glamour, but first I have to comment on your comments over on my Glamping Giveaway. When the comments started rolling in late Friday and early Saturday morning (more than we’d ever seen before) and then the stats on Amazon pushed my book almost into the top 100 books (165 to be exact/an author starts out at something like 250,000), I wanted to …
Woooohoooooo, Betsy! You might want to rustle up some cattle with these purdy babies. Our staff photographer, Louise, was mucking about in the pasture today, taking photos of the cows, when she brought back with her the wonderful ode-de-manure. You know you’re a farmgirl when you … inhale deep, and the words “brown gold” come to mind.