I can’t really say I’ve driven a tractor, but I have sat on it and steered it round the field whilst dad was at the back throwing out hay for the cows (I was slightly older than in this picture but it was the same tractor). We had machinery to do the milking and I think I might have once or twice put them on the cows. I much preferred feeding the calves as I loved how they’d latch onto your clothes and suck them as they were desperate for milk. It was always a great sense of achievement when I’d taught them to drink milk out of a bucket.
3. What are three things you’d like to do more often? Three things you’d like to do less often?
I’d like to travel more with my beloved, have more massages, and spend more time writing. (I was going to say spend more time in bed, but that would negate the other things).
I wish I could spend less time worrying, take less time to make decisions in life, and obviously wish I could spend less time working.
4. What’s on your nachos?
Guacamole, mild salsa, refried beans, sour cream, and lots of cheese.
5. What’s the most random thing in your purse or wallet? Does it need to stay there?
6. Insert your own random thought here.
I’ve started this random thought several times and then deleted it as I tried to write something about the craziness that has been happening around the world in the last week, but I can’t find the words to express how I feel. So instead, in the week that we lost another great singer/songwriter, I’m going to share one of Tom Petty’s songs for your enjoyment.
What do you think? What would your answers be to the questions? Before you go, pop over to Joyce’s blog, From This Side of the Pond, to see what my fellow bloggers have come up with.
Until next time, be good, stay safe, and make sure you take time out for yourself this week.
Pamela & Ken
P.S: Princess Cookie Cat looking way too cute.
4 thoughts on “A Hodgepodge of Dinosaurs, Farming, and Weirdness”
Pamela,I stumbled on the Dr. Seuss quote while looking for today's sillies. I thought about using it but declined to do so for now as I think I'd prefer to plugging it in at another time. I rode on a track once after I got married. One of my college pals took me for a ride. Her family had some property in the country. My memory fails me but I believe they had a small farm, a cow or two and perhaps a veggie garden. That's been more than 30-years ago and I'm not remembering well. My FIL would take the children for a ride in the wagon bed of his tractor. He used it for hauling stuff around on their land. The kids loved doing that. I remember it being awfully bumpy to ride in. lol Thanks for visiting and have a good weekend!
Today's world seems beyond crazy. Just no word to describe the news anymore.
I think when we're children we don't notice the bumps so much, we just enjoy the ride. Thanks for stopping by and have a good week.
When the world is going crazy is a good time to remember all that we're grateful for. Have a really lovely week Denise.