Monday, January 28, 2013

of amazons and coffee

Somedays are just made for writing of adventures in the Amazon in Pirate Bob notebooks, learning the Anglo-Saxon alphabet, and snuggling fat babies. Swirling snow outside and cinnamon tea is also a plus. 
Later Little Brother, Baby, and I will cruise into town to the feedstore for pellets and cracked corn and to order this year's new batch of chickies. Then we'll mosey down to the coffee shop for a treat and a Mum, ready to go home.
Then I might try to get some ponies to jump.
It's going to be a good day.


  1. I just looked at the list books that you have read. "Horse Soldiers" by Doug Stanton is very good. "With the Old Breed" by E.B. Sledge is also very good.

    Just thought you would like to see this:

    "Hand on the Helm by Katherine Pollard Carter"

  2. I noticed "A History of the English Speaking Peoples" by Winston Churchill on the photo above. I remember I was hitchhiking through Montana a few years ago and I dropped into this bookstore in Red Lodge and I read a chapter of Winston Churchill's book. I thought it was very good.

    So many books, so little time.


  3. Was feeling all wrapped in Wintery-ness....'till you mentioned baby chicks. Now I can hear the whispered promise of Spring.