I hope you had a great weekend, I sure did. About a month ago some of my siblings found a goose egg. We put it in the incubator to see if it would hatch. Well, yesterday night I went to check on the goats and stopped by the tack room and found the egg cracking!
After a few minutes out came a baby goose! You wouldn’t believe how small they when you compare them to an adult goose. I’m calling her Gussie after the goose from the classic Charlotte’s Web. Here are a few pictures.
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Blessed be his glorious name forever;
may the whole earth be filled with his glory!
Amen and Amen!
I will also praise you with the harp for your faithfulness, O my God;
I will sing praises to you with the lyre, oh Holy One of Israel.
Well, the title says it all! My babies are moving to their new homes (sniff). I have sold two of them, leaving me with six. I have four people interested in the rest of them. I am looking forward to meeting all of their new families! I will miss them all when they are gone.
They have gotten so big over the week we were gone to the Economic Conference in St. Charles, MO. Our Nana did a great job taking care of them. Although I am glad to be home and taking care of all of my animals again, I miss all of my friends from the conference a lot! The night we got home Kashaiah and I were walking down to feed and we both got teary-eyed thinking about all of our friends. We all wish we could still be at the conference with them all and playing Spoons as well! I know we will see some of them again at the ICHE Home-school conference in June. I hope we will see everyone else again really soon!
Here are some pictures of the puppies.
The pictures of the males wouldn’t come through. Sorry! Here is a picture of one of my best friends and me. We both LOVE dogs!
Elita and I. Don't we look tired:) We would stay up till 11:30 at night playing card games and then get up at 6:00 in the morning, oh yeah!:)
Well, thanks for reading! I hope you all have A Golden Day! Until next week!
Here are a few more pictures from the conference. We went to dinner with our good friends the Millers last night. Enjoy!
Here are a few random pictures. We met so many new friends from all over. We met kids from Arkansas, California, and Alberta Canada.
Here is a picture of Joel Salatin. He’s one of my favorites:)
Well we’ve been in bed the last 2 nights well past 11:00. However last night we had a historical dance and it was so much fun and well worth it! Here are some pictures.
Here we are playing games with our friends from Paducah.
I’ll try to do another post soon!
Well the moment we have all been waiting for has finally arrived! We are on our way to the Family Economics conference in MO.
All the kids are ready to go.
How the Smith crew does conventions
I am posting this a few days early because we are leaving for our conference tomorrow!
All right, today I am going to tell you all about my Agility course’s new spot. We moved it down to the pasture. It is a great place to have it because I have all the room I need. Here are some pictures of the whole course after Abby’s training.
My Agility Course!
Isn't it beautiful?!
And there you have it. Thanks so much for reading! And just as a side note, I put new pictures of the puppies up on the For Sale stall. Have A Golden Day!
I hope you had a fantastic weekend. Despite the rain we had a super day of work on Saturday. Elly and I spent our morning cleaning our room and then spent the afternoon cleaning the pole barn which has been turned into a nursery for our baby animals.
I also sold one of my goats this weekend! She will be going to Kentucky (I’m very jealous of her:))
With the new week around the corner, we are preparing for the Economics Conference hosted by Generations with a Vision. This is my favorite conference we attend on a yearly basis.
Some of the speakers are: Kevin Swanson, Joel Salatin (a favorite of mine), Doug Phillips, Gary Powers, and R.C. Sproul Jr.
We also have several friends going from around the nation that we are so excited to see again and to catch up.
Well, until next Monday!
Hello all! Thanks for joining us again on Building our Stalls! We are so happy to have you!
Today my post is on some of our favorite audio dramas! There are so many excellent ones that it is really hard to share all of them !
The White Gypsy, Sir Malcolm, The Wanderer, Charlies Choice, are EXCELLENT ones. You can’t go wrong with any from the Lamplighter series. You can find them on their website or on Vision Forum’s website:
Focus on the Family also has some wonderful audio dramas such as:
Les Miserables: http://family.christianbook.com/miserables-focus-family-radio-theatre-audiodrama/victor-hugo/9781589973947/pd/73944?item_code=WW&netp_id=475136&event=ESRCQ&view=details
Count of Monte Cristo
You can find these and many others through Focus on the Family or Vision Forum.
Well, I hope that your Saturday is Sunny!!!
Quam in Christo,
Today I am going to share some spring ideas/looks that I put together. Hope you like them:)
This feminine spring outfit is perfect for seeing friends, going to Church or simply going around town
This is more of a causal look that is great for a day at the park or a lunch.
I don't know about you, but I love going to visit our friends! Whether it be in Illinois or Texas this would be great to wear!
In the Spring clothes at Church take on a light and happy appearance, this would be a great spring outfit to wear!
This is a casual look great for lunch with family or friends
Well I hope you all have a lovely day! This Spring weather is just BEAUTIFUL!!!!