While we've sold our other house, we still haven't closed on this one, but we've decided to go ahead and live in our trailer while we wait for Thursday to come. Rosemary, our sweet lady who called our farm "home" before we got to, said "Sure thing." so, hoooooray!!!
Last night, the wind was whipping across the farmland and the rain was pelting down, and if felt so nice to be on OUR FARM, even if we were in our camp trailer (and even if our camp trailer is for spoiled people), that it all just made me feel good. The sunrise was watery and pink with a little floating bit of lemon in it and that made my tummy clench up at the thought of a sunrise every morning.
We've brought all four kitties tonight, and my dearest made the best house for them in one of our numerous out-buildings here. It is the best spot of them all - insulated for winter months. It has some very wide shelves that I know they'll love. Think of all the mousey heads they'll bring us (I'm sorry to say that Seal and Lilo are the best mouser/birder/squirreler/chipmunkers there are, and they always bring us the head...how...errrr...sweeeet. (I really do try to be grateful; one should never offend a cat, especially when she is trying so hard to be selfless.)
There has to be new flooring throughout our house before we can live in there, and I've already picked out exactly what I want. How exciting - even though it is on a painfully small budget, I am grateful we can do it at all. What a blessing.
I have so much to say, but I really need time to take pictures for you all. Soon, hopefully!