Our first morning home after the fair. Sleep is good.
Elisa and her cousins are cleaning the last of the pig pens. Harriet has library books due back today. We are craving vegetables. Other than starting on the laundry, feeding the sheep, watering our garden, checking the bees, taking the dogs for a run, slowly putting the our house back into order, watching episode #7 of Poldark, and emptying out the car, we have absolutely nothing on the schedule today.
Fair week was exhausting and wonderful. We have bigger plans for next year and a whole year to get ready.
6 thoughts on “exhale”
Any chance you’ll be at the Montgomery County Agricultural Fair in Gaithersburg later this month? You’ll be able to just enjoy the fair without having to show any animals! In the meantime, relax and exhale. That bed looks very inviting. http://dc.about.com/od/specialevents/a/MCAgFair.htm
Hi Wendy! Probably not going to make that one, sadly. I don’t think we’ve been to a fair when we weren’t showing! What’s it like?
I’ll find out later this month! It’s like a big amusement park with lots of animals and city kids begging their parents to buy a duck/goat/baby bunny to live with them in a small apartment. Oh, and lots of cotton candy.
What fun! And exhausting. Win win 🎠🎡🎪
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If you’d like to exhale in DC, my mother says this exhibit of the impressionist Caillebotte is wonderful. (He’s the man who have us the umbrella painting.) It runs through early October. Hope to see you and the girls?
I’ll try and make that happen. Thank you!