I'm a dichotomy of blue jeans, pretty jewelry, frugalista, and Southern girl living the simple rural life. I want to live my life holistically, thoughtfully, economically, and most of all gratefully, and encourage other women to do the same.
Earlier this week, I wrote about some of the country critters around these parts. There are several household pets that act like critters, too. What makes a critter? It's all about the mischief involved.
And sometimes it's just pure love. This critter has to be touching someone most of the time.
The critter in the laundry basket is sitting on my clean clothes!! Argh!
"Bad doggie!" (Kitty's words, not mine).
Ever heard the saying, "Don't wake the sleeping giant?"
"I give up. Chasing kitties takes up too much energy..."
We've had some beautiful days recently by the river, with temps in the mid-70s. Perfect March weather.
My son and I packed up some vegetables and headed to our neighbors' pasture to feed the goats. He has been hankering for one or two of his own, but I don't think Mr. Country Belle wants to spend his weekend afternoons putting up pasture fencing. So we're doing the next best thing.
The animals always come running as soon as my son makes his nanny goat noises. (Next time I'll video that for you).
The Big Hoss always gets fed first. You don't feed him, NO ONE else gets by.
Spring babies on the farm! These are siblings.
It is so much fun to see the babies grow while I see my baby grow.