I don't remember how often I've said this in the past couple of weeks, but we're under the weather again. With fever and runny noses, this day is by necessity not one of those upbeat, high-accomplishment days, but goes at a slower pace, and we're trying to make the most of it, as best we can. It's a hot, breezy day, perfect for doing the washing, so I was able to fold my laundry about two hours after hanging it out. I just took a tray of fresh-made bread out of the oven, to freeze for Shabbat, and popped another tray in. Hopefully, a slow and easy afternoon awaits us.
And... this goat pen isn't going to win any beauty contests, but hopefully it will serve its purpose. :o) I'm very proud of my husband for having worked on it so hard, and so thankful for kind neighbours who came along to lend a hand. There's still quite a bit of work to be done to make it more sheltered from the wind and rain, but hopefully, our goats can be here in the yard today or tomorrow, which of course makes us all mighty excited.