I had a farm in Africa.
(name that movie)
Actually, I saw this glowing tractor on my way
home from visiting my niece today.
Never thought I'd say that about a tractor!
(my niece is gorgeous too)
I think that old tractor was thinking about
it's glory days when it worked the
fields that yielded bountiful crops,
year after year.
These are fuzzy soybeans...which are
part of our family's bread and butter,
so to speak.
My husband cleans, bags and stores them
for local farmers.
"As God is my witness, I'll never be hungry again!"
(I really don't watch movies that often...but these photos
are inspiring me to quote the ones I have seen)
These are my little great-nephews (twins)
that I visited today :)
Meet Simon and Jude.
They provided tons of photo opportunities
for me and lots of laughs...funny little guys.
I brought them matching neckties which their
mommy stuck right on their t-shirts!
I hope they remember me next visit.
They look nothing like our family
and everything like their dad!
It doesn't matter though...they are so precious!
Their dad is a minister-of-music. I'm
thinking they will surely have some
Their mom played first chair
French horn I think it was...in school :)
SO! That was a round-up of what is
growing in Kentucky!