MMM 505

It’s still August, and it’s still hot as heck here, but we’re getting rain and t-storms every few days, not the drought the rest of the continent seems to have right now. It’s going to be dicey getting the second cutting of hay for the year, and we won’t be getting a third. I hear that it’s going for $24 a square bale (50#) out in CA (drought, mostly, but the high cost of urea this year is starting to hit with this as well). Going to be a lot of horses looking for new homes at that price.

Michelle in blue.

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MMM 504

I know we like memes around here, so I got one to kick off the work week.

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MMM 503

Prayers for everyone able to attend Dave’s services today, and for his family and friends unknown to the rest of us who also mourn. If a more timely post needs to displace this, go for it.

Tired, or not tired?

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MMM 502

July is now more than half over. Possum has developed a weird tic where she sort of grunt-hums at seemingly random times, can’t tell us why she does it, and gets very angry when we ask her about it. She also still only eats like 5 things. I have failed as a father and a human being. So let’s move on and look at some pictures.

Perfect amount of “glisten”.

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Mega MMM 500

I can’t believe it either. This means that BBF must be old enough to vote.

She fills that dress nicely.

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MMM 499

I really should plan something significant for next week.

Glistening with pretty eyes.

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MMM 498

It’s June already? Where did the time go?

Quads.

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MMM 497

No Memorial Day content planned from me other than my invitation to remember those who passed in service to the nation, and that the nation they died for will surely be lost without that same courage invigorating us here at home.

USA USA USA

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Tolling For Thee – Blame it on Mitch

While probably too soon for the Second Coming, most all can see the the path is set.

Pablo Picasso, Guernica

The insanity of pressing headlong into world wide conflict is baffling. Picasso’s piece still sums it up.

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