cabin9 Originally uploaded by mryonker. Here, Brian and Jeff do, um, something with welders and steel. Can’t really say what, cause I don’t know, but they look pretty cool climbing on their new jungle gym. Advertisements
al2 Originally uploaded by mryonker. Al, in the foreground, and Brucie (white) and Hamilton (Black) are the resident sheep here on the mountain. They’re letting me this close because they know they’re about to get a pumpkin. Click through for more.
sandy2 Originally uploaded by mryonker. Here, the sage kitty Sandy shows us where the warmth is. I forget how wonderfully comforting wood heat is. It’s lovely, and as my mom always says wood heats three times: when you chop it, when you carry it, when you burn it.
We arrived safely last night after the 10 hour drive. The kids were fairly well-behaved, if we ignore the moment when Jack dumped an entire extra large bag of Sour Cream and Onion potato chips all over the back seat and the other moment when Josh dumped an enire large box of Wheat Thins into… Continue reading greetings from the mount
Headin’ south to WV this morning. Catch y’all on the flip.
good mom: makes french toast for breakfast on a !school day! bad mom: drops monster toddler at sitter’s an hour early so she can spend a quiet shopping minute to buy a new book bag bad mom: leaves MT at sitter’s for an extra hour so she have lovely soup and sandwich with a couple… Continue reading good mom, bad mom
I managed to not have to run this morning, as it was raining and cold. That’s as good an excuse as any when you don’t feel like going out in the first place. I saw an entire rainbow–the whole arch–on the interstate. The backdrop, a wall of purple, urgent-looking clouds, made the sight all the… Continue reading how this day was good