Welcome. My husband and I have been married for 46 years. We were both born and raised in St. Louis, MO. But have lived in Southeast Missouri for 39 years. We have a farm and raise Angus cattle and some crops. My son and grandsons do all the work. I love paper arts but I have cross stitched for 30 years or more, quilted for 24 years, done rug hooking and woolwork for 10 years, Needle punch for 3 years, and needle felting. I have many good friends that enjoy the same things that I do. My Best Friend is my daughter Barb, and she enjoys the same things. I am lucky that we can get together and scrapbook, quilt, cross stitch or what ever we are working on at that time.
Yes, Brandon is in. He made a 2 fried egg sandwich on toastedraisin bread with butter and cinnamon. He said it was great. Then after that we were off to check the cow's. Master Chef/Rancher.
We had two born last night and early morning. Brandon is putting a tag in this ones ear. Mommy wasn't too happy about the whole deal. She let out a load Mo and half the heard came to see what was wrong. It is a bull calf. I could of showed you a different picture, calf between his legs and a nice butt crack, but I'm trying to keep this blog PG. I think you get the picture. You have to put the calf between your legs to hold it still, so you can use both hands. Unless you have a friend who can help you. But Grandma wasn't getting out of the pumpkin. Not the way that Mom cow was looking at us.
This one didn't get an ear tag. Mom is not to friendly and very protected. As you can see I took the picture threw the glass.