Sunday, February 18, 2018


Up earlier this morning so I could fix a squash casserole to go with the beef stew for lunch. I canned some yellow squash when I needed to fill up a pressure canner of green beans last summer and I needed to use them so I googled a gluten free recipe for a squash casserole and came up with this one that turned our awesome and was so easy  !!!
I put it in the oven then went out to get the chores done and even had time to fix some eggs for breakfast when I got back inside.
We got ready for church and today was our quarterly nursery duty with #1 son.
We had an easy time today with only 3 little ones and one of them went to sleep and slept most of the time we were there.
We came home and had lunch with #1 son and Aa's family. G-son went home from church with a friend and d-in-love took RL home for an early nap.
The kids played outside for awhile in a really nice sunny low 60's afternoon before they headed home for their naps.
This is EL blowing bubbles as CO swings by.

After everyone left hubbie and I worked on fixing the green house hens an outside lot beside the green house so they could get out of the heat inside.
We worked until chore time so I will add the finishing touches tomorrow and make a pic.
While we worked I noticed the beautiful blue sky and the wispy clouds as the sun went down.

This is the little red Silkie that is sitting on 13 Silkie eggs in her brooder box. She is one of my biggest hens so I think she can cover this many small eggs.
After chores we came inside and had some left overs for supper before settling in for a restful evening.
Talked to daughter tonight and she is taking her car to the shop tomorrow for them to fix a water leak which filled her front floor boards with rain water. This is a typical Chevy Equinox problem according to how many folks are having the same problem with this vehicle on the internet.
Thankful for the blessings of this day and for the freedom to worship as we please with our church family.
God Bless and Good Night.

1 comment:

linda m said...

Love the blue sky. Blessings