Tuesday, May 9, 2017

2017.5.9

TEKA RANCH - WHERE THE FUN NEVER ENDS - MAY 9, 2017 - TUESDAY
A cooler, windy day here.

One barred rock hen and one silver wyandotte.  The violets are blooming in the trees.

Another day that seemed to zip by really fast. I cleaned off the dining room table- just pin a rose in my nose! The big question is: How long will it stay that way?

Cal is now wearing 2 short splints on his front feet and none on his rear. Hopefully he'll be able to get up by himself pretty soon. And it would be so nice if he would suck his mama so we wouldn't have to milk her or give him milk replacer.

We went after Chad and Hannah's tiller. It's a Sears and seems well-built. The only problem is that Hannah found a very large rock with it and it doesn't trail straight. Terry was able to straighten it some and has sharpened the tines. Now it should work good.

I started putting up a fence for the lambs.

Pastor Z had e-mailed and said ESL classes would be held again, now that Lent and Easter were over. We drove up for it, but the e-mail must have been too short-notice because only one family was there. However, we visited and  Pastor put a couple pizzas in the oven.

Luke 18: 42-43 Jesus said to the blind man." Receive your sight; your faith has healed you." Immediately he received his sight and followed Jesus, praising God. When all the people saw it, they also praised God.

Goodnight!


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