While much of western Canada and the northern States were/are 2-3 weeks behind in getting the crops seeded, we were able to plant our fields that are on on the hills as they dried out faster. We had to run out to the field to give Jay his supper this night.
It was the Mother’s Day tea at playschool on Thursday and Braden gave me the sweetest little gifts: a jewelry box he painted, a card with his name written on it and a pipe cleaner bracelet with beads he made me! Selfie with my boy.
I took Ethan to the doctor this morning, diagnosed with tonsillitis and he was negative for strep throat, thank goodness! (Tractors make everything better).
A heart-breaking story of parents who lost their 3.5 year old son tragically 2 weeks ago brought a social media community together to raise over $36K in online donations and over $30K in an Instagram auction. They are having another auction now, please visit their Instagram account to support and bless this family.
Mother’s Day was awesome! We had our annual brunch in Rosebud and the weather was gorgeous!
I was coming home from the city from an Aggie Days meeting, hadn’t taken my picture yet because I was hoping to catch the sunset…stopped by the neighbor’s field and caught an silhouette-ish shot of this grain bin and auger.
Got my sunset picture the next night with Craig in the tractor seeding wheat.
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