After a week in meetings, on the computer, driving back and forth, lots of mental work, Erik often wakes up on Saturday ready to take on the work on this little ranch that he loves so much. He told me he would take care of all the animals. He fed everyone, released the chickens, turned the horses out for the day, cleaned stalls, and so much more. And when he climbed aboard his John Deere lawn tractor, I left to get my hair done. Then a quick stop at the tack store and home, to find he was gone buying groceries. What a guy! It's not that my chores are 24/7 hard core work, but having him take over for a day is really a treat. Thanks, Honey!
Wishing you all an easy kind of Sunday.
P.S. When I walk outside, the lilac fragrance fills the air. Oh my goodness, everyone should have lilacs to enjoy in the Spring.
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