I would like to thank Lori E. of Family Trees May Contain Nuts (Don't you just love that name! What a hoot!) for passing this award along to me. This is the second time that I have received an award (the first was in my other blog) and I have to say it was a surprise both times. I'm still not quite sure why but I don't mind playing.
I became a mother for the first time on my birthday.
I am very quiet and I'm fairly certain that I am incapable of yelling. Just don't have it in me.
Contrary to #2, when I get together with a good friend, I am quite the chatterbox.
One day I hope to swim with dolphins. That would be an absolute thrill.
If I wet one hand, I have to wet the other. I know! So Silly! A tad OCD perhaps. And it doesn't end there. The daughter mentioned is #1 is the same!
I used to be extremely shy. But that was then, and this is now. Not so shy anymore.
Karma is a powerful thing. I firmly believe that "you get what you give" in life.
Now I'm supposed to pass this along to seven other bloggers. Thing is, I did this last week in my other blog and I don't want to inundate anyone so I will wait a little bit to do it. I hope the blogger bogey man doesn't haul me off to jail!
Last week I was out and about enjoying the colors of the season and came upon a little farm in the neighboring town of Wrentham. Several times I had been tempted to buy my pumpkins from the grocery store (chain) but repeatedly resisted. It means far more to a local farmer that I buy from them. So in a very haphazard way I found Adams Farm. As a matter of fact, I am assuming that I was in Wrentham MA. Actually factually, I may have been in Cumberland RI. Either way my intention was well meaning and mission accomplished. So here are a few pictures from my meandering trip.
Pretty New England Barn
Perhaps the farm guard? He looks like he means business.
These were some good looking goats. Look! A Dalmatian!
These guys were just traipsing along the side of the road.
A horse in the field. Just doing her thing.
What a beauty! If I am not mistaken, she is getting her winter coat.