|March, 2012. This little fellow was about two days old.|
|Here he is today, now a yearling munching on our very tall grass.|
|Audrey and I call him Chip after the horse in the children's book, The Little Fellow by Marguerite Henry.|
|It appears they will get along very well. |
Chip rests while Hal keeps watch.
2. I happily spent the entire morning and part of the afternoon out in the garden. It will never all be done, but that's the whole point. There's always more to look forward to.
3. I didn't think I would care to drive over the mountain to Buchanan this evening, but Tess needed a ride, so off we went. It was a beautiful evening for a drive! I saw a large cornfield with corn about 4- inches high, a family with company enjoying an outdoor picnic in their yard, someone burning a pile of brush, and flags flying here and there. It was the epitome of summer just beginning.