the last "prediction" (haha) I heard on the news last night about snow was between 2-4 inches. Last I heard this morning, we had 19 INCHES. Even more than that now because it is stillllll snowing. Goodbye Winter......please come soon spring! I think I will kiss the ground a thousand times once spring comes.
There are two cats at Janice's house that snuggle up together in this basket outside....adorable! Of course as soon as one of the cats saw me she quickly ran out....embarrassed to be snuggling with another cat I suppose. :)
Jack on the new tractor, what a blessing! He is smiling so big because he's so thrilled to be photographed while doing the farmwork....hey, what's a girl supposed to do with the Torbett men on the farm when she can't lift anything heavy or do much of anything? :) After taking these Jack asked "Am I gonna make it on the blog?" Haha...of course.
View of our farm. We've had 3 baby calves born in this treacherous weather......2 have died. The 3rd was born last night..so things obviously aren't looking good for that one. :( Besides it being sad and the poor mama cows bellowing in sadness...that's money dying in practical terms!
For those who don't know, we live about 3 or 4 minutes from Beaver lake...this is our view on the way to the house. Once it's warm we can put the bass boat in in just a matter of minutes! (I wonder how old Anna Ruth will need to be before she can come along?)
Our interior painters came to check on things last weekend to see if the house is ready to paint. it's not. at all. They got stuck at the bottom of the hill by the lake, walked all the way to our house...and we happened to be there. So Brett and Jack got them unstuck. :) I was along for the ride.
Our baby girl is doing great! She is moving a lot lately.....just saying "hi" I guess and making sure she's never more than a thought away. I'll be 23 weeks on Friday!