I think this is the biggest corn crib I've ever seen, used in times gone by.
Now corn is stored in huge cylindrical steel bins.
Earlier in the month I wrote about the sand mines in our area. These are a few other photos I took on our little trek through the farm country near the sand mines.
I'm writing this on Sunday afternoon while waiting for guests to arrive for a hymn sing. I still have on the black pants that I wore to church this morning. I had been thinking recently, that I should change my profile photo, lest you get the idea that I've always got a cat on my lap.
So there I was, relaxing on the sofa, checking my email on my phone, when you-know-who crawled up on my lap to make sure that I got the requisite cat hair on my black pants before company arrived. Sigh.
There's no escaping Tuppence.
She loves me; she really loves me!
Baby Oliver, held by his sweet and nurturing cousin, our granddaughter
The loveliest of all nerds, another granddaughter. :-)
Notice, she's pouring tea to enjoy with her dark chili chocolate.
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Although I usually forget to do it, there is a chance that this post will be linked to one or more of these great linky parties: Amaze Me Monday and Inspiration Monday and Mosaic Monday and The Barn Collective and Treasure Box Tuesday and Vintage Bliss Tuesday and KatheWithAnE and Rubbish Tuesday and Tuesdays at our Home and Tuesday with a Twist and Knick of Time Tuesday (vintage) and Tweak it Tuesday and Vintage Inspiration Wednesday and Ivy and Elephants Wednesday and Adorned From Above and Artsy Corner Thursday and All Things With Purpose and Home & Garden Thursday and Good Fences on Thursdays and Time Travel Thursday and Freedom Fridays and Vintage Inspiration Friday and Saturday's Critters