Let's start today with an addendum to the mostly Minnesota post from last week. Apparently, this is the latest rage--putting frozen blue jeans outside.
Mark remembers spilling water on his jeans when he was outside doing chores on the farm. His jeans froze too, making it really hard to walk. Who would have thought it would be art?
Last week we celebrated a 4-year-old birthday.
Breakfast was in a town about an hour away and I had hitched a ride with Christa and the kids. On the way home, we stopped at Bravo Farms. They sell local produce and cheese they make themselves, among other things. They also have a great play area for the kids and a petting zoo, all in a rustic setting.
Funny signs all over the place.
Mark and I went for a drive Saturday afternoon. The clouds were just beautiful with the sun shining on them.
Mark saw this t-shirt while eating lunch.
I now have a little Legos sewing studio.
We went to the Harlem Globetrotters, always a fun show.
This was the sky yesterday morning. These pictures totally doesn't do justice to how gorgeous it was. No, we don't really have a railroad crossing in our back yard. Just lots of signs....
And this is my feeling as January draws to a close.