Project 365 Week 36

Project 365 Week 36

Project 365: Take a photo a day and see your life in a whole new way.

 I am a day and a half late with this post due to a busy weekend and a rough start to my week.

9/5/11 (Monday) – We are making good progress with the milk house project.  Henry was a big helper.

9/6/11 (Tuesday) –  Jack took a vacation day to work on the milk house.

After school the boys wanted Jack to help them saw down a tree that fell on our trail recently.  It was good use of after school energy!

9/7/11 (Wednesday) –  Henry is still pretty sad when the big brothers are at school.  He spends part of the mornings getting himself ready for school.  I didn’t tell him that the school doesn’t allow guns.

9/8/11 (Thursday) –  I was curious to know what was eating my tomatoes.  We set up the live trap and two days later caught this cute little bunny.

9/9/11 (Friday) –  Jack and the boys took a hike and Jack took this photo of our handsome boys.

9/10/11 (Saturday) – Priming the milk house, today.  Next time Jack and I really don’t need any helpers.  The clean-up was horrible and I hope the boys will remember that when we have to paint the milk house.

9/11/11 (Sunday) – Jack finished priming the milk house!

This evening we said our good-byes and road Vanilla one last time.  Vanilla went to a new home far, far away.

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6 responses

  1. Life is full of adventures. When I read your post, I know that such as saying is true. Your blessed with 3 boys that has a talent for building things. One day, they’ll build a beautiful lake house for you and your hubby. The milk house is one cool project. The cows are all ready to move in. Thanks for a fun post. Best wishes to you and your family.

  2. Jenny, love the photo of Robbie pulling on the rope! And the boys with Vanilla. sigh. The milk house looks Great! Henry will be rather disapointed, the gun stays at home, pants must be worn.

  3. Such a beautiful family! The boys are precious. When my two oldest were little, we lived across from the cow barns at the University of Connecticut, and I would take them to watch the cows be milked. They had a milking parlor, of course, nothing done by hand, but it was still really neat to watch. That was a wonderful time in our lives.

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