I am so happy and relieved that we have all our crops in as of last Saturday the 21st of November. YEAH!!! We have been busy putting away machinery and catching up on odds and ends at the farm. We had a nice quiet and relaxing Thanksgiving at home. Tomorrow I am putting the finishing touches on my dolls and adding them to Marcella and Maggie's Attic! Can't wait for you to see them. I also am looking forward to writing another Marcella and Maggie's Gazette and start on my Christmas cards! I am already getting some from my Prim Sister's! We took our trip to German town to get some advent calender's at Domeiers store which is 75 years old! They have the most unique German ornaments, steins and clocks...I can't even list all the beautiful things. If your ever in New Ulm, MN you have to check it out!
Thankyou for being sooooooo patient with us we are usually done with field work by now but due to a wet October we are FRANTICLY getting them crops out while the sun shines finally!!! I so hopefully a week from now I can say we are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel! Everything is so muddy and gloppy. Our tractors are pretty splattered up! I do have some new products close to done for Marcella and Maggies Primitive Attic and Can't wait to publish another Marcella and Maggie's Gazette! Teddy Bears are on the top of my list also. So until we meet again you are all in my thoughts and prays especially those in Fort Hood and Family's of those loved ones! My Dad was stationed there many moon's ago along with my Uncle Bob in the early 60's. He gave my uncle a ride home on his way home on leave and that is how my parents met! God Bless all of you this Fall!