For the days when you need some country in your life.
I dusted today too. But I didn't have as much dust as you ... it was just around some vases and shelves etc. I'll never complain about dust again.
Wow - life is so different where we are! It's cold and wet in country victoria. Sending many rainy thought over west! How is the doll making business going. Can you send me a link to your facebook page :)
Way too much dust.Caz I think you are thinking about a blogger called "Country Wife". She is the one who makes the stunning dolls. I couldn't make anything crafty if my life depended on it!
I'll I've got is rain here! We're trying to harvest and it's. so. bloody. wet. Oh the contrast, trials and tribulations of farming. Good luck, looking good :)
Oh! If you keep putting photos like that on your blog, I'm going to have to put you in my blog roll. (Old farm girl! )
Can you keep the dust out of the house? Or does everything end up being red? Bet you, its shoes off at the door. x jill
Have you got a massive dust buster to match that seeder? And how on earth do the seeds stay where you put them with all that dust and dirt flying around? Mel.
hurlo! that is a lot of dust! hopeful the rain comes so we can see them seeds grow.
Emma - Good luck with your harvest. We have had wet harvests and it is horrible.Thea - Thankyou - glad you enjoyed the photosJill - Our house seals pretty well but it is a bit of a disaster if we leave windows open on windy days when it is so dusty. I try to get the kids to take shoes off at the door. Sometimes I succeed.Bungalow Girl - The seeds get buried and then the dirt is put on top of them so they are not going anywhere but up!todd - I would love to see those seeds grow!
I have never been on a farm while all that was going on. Thanks for the sneaky peek x
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