How are we and the farm doing?

I’ve been staying in place since I help care for two wonderful people, that are health compromised. One is 92 and keeps telling me that she has lived through many days without all this fuss. I don’t even have words for that, lol. As long as I can keep her on her legs and not on her butt, it’s a good day. Dons’ brother is doing great after his stemcell replacement but still needs to take more precautions and get out into the air more. These two are used to going to church and seeing friends. They miss it

The farm is growing every day. We got new chicks in April. You can see below in the picture they should be laying pretty soon. I have two extra roos, not sure yet which one will win my heart.

Don used the long weekend to start his fall cutting of hay. We are so excited, so far it is doing pretty good. We thank the Lord, the weather hasn’t been very good to a lot of farmers around here. Now many are getting blessed.

So far 155 bales, still cutting. Praise the Lord !!
A few babies

Everyone have a wonderful night, and God bless you.