There's been a fair bit going on around here lately.
Busy, busy little legumes.
I'm working two days a week at school this term, filling in for one of our beloved teacher aides who is embarking on a round-Europe tour. Poor her.
We've just recovered from last Friday evening's CQ Carcase Comp (the very one at which we were victorious last year), of which we are organisers.
After a P & C meeting today, we are now full steam ahead planning for a bush dance/markets/Xmas in August (?)/ in a couple of short weeks.
The kids at school seem to think that now I'm there as teacher-aide it's open slather on sleep-overs at our house. I sent last evening's little visitor to school this morning with a nasty gash under her eye. I doubt she'll be back.
We head to town this weekend with heifers for a stud sale Monday.
Thankfully the live export has re-opened and some confidence is returning to our industry.
We have two pigs and a heifer hanging in our cold room, and I'm about to start making snags.
A power outage today caused increased blood pressure.
Two dead pigs and a dead heifer hanging in a confined area require cold air, and thus electricity.
The power's on now.
All is well.