The Homestone

Monday, November 10, 2008

November on the Meadow

Inevitably, summer turned to fall; fall to early winter. It seems that every season on the meadow is a busy one. We got a lot accomplished these last few months but updating our blog was apparently not on the list ;) We wake up to frosty mornings now; a frozen creek and the occasional snow fall. Our autumn was spectacular. Sunny and warm and full of colour. The changing skies are a constant source of inspiration.
Our greenhouse is at the tail end of it's year; but we are still enjoying some fresh and oh-so-delicious greens (kale and chard). This years lambs have grown up and out; they are all healthy and happy. The ewes have been bred again and all's right with the world ~ or so 'Mister' our Ram would have us believe. Visitors of the feathered variety appear regularly on the meadow. No pictures yet this season but lots of coyotes around and we saw the tracks of our lone wolf again the other day. Life is good ~ and we, like so many around the world, bask in the promise of hope and change that emanates from the American people and Obama's recent victory.


Not a Granny said...

Beautiful photos again! And 'Mister' does look very pleased with himself!! LOL

Hildred said...

Dears, - sky pictures are absolutely fabulous. And the birds!

Hope November is proceeding at a good pace and all being accomplished on time.
Love from us both.