Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!
On Friday, I left work early to babysit a two year old. As an adult, I cannot remember really ever doing so. It seems like something teenagers do.
We had a blast. I took the little guy on a wheelbarrow ride, we filled the duck pond with a hose, played with chalk, ran around the yard and fed the ducks.
Strangely, after such a wonderful opportunity, I was paid a pretty hefty sum.
Time has flown over here at Willow Manor and school has started. Next week I will be volunteering in physical education instruction. I find this a little amusing. For my age, I am in good shape, but I have never been good at any sport.
The desired result is effective teamwork and participation. We will pray God helps me exemplify and assist in imparting these qualities.
It is time to harvest as well. We had a decent year with zucchini, kale, chard, tomatoes, raspberries and an assortment of herbs.
Along the way, I took some pictures of our friendly pollinators,
And their not so friendly cousins. I had no idea hot dogs could be pollinated.
Saturday was a long morning of tending a fire. I wish I knew about this a decade or two ago and I would have ran with it.
The firing was successful and we roasted hotdogs in celebration.
My Beloved is the real artist. I merely pull things together. Isn’t this piece delightfully painted?
Well, I am off to new adventures.