Scared

Tonight I got scared to death.  Wrangler was not involved.  Cinch and I were in the living room watching tv around nine.  We had the outside lights on also.  We were waiting on a friend to come back.  Somebody knocked on the door but when I answered no one was there.  I let Cinch loose.  He started hunting them.  I had a horrible flash light and that’s it.  Well after a two minute period of nothing I caught a glimpse of white in the lights at the coop tanks.  Than I got a glimpse of the vehicle pulling away.  It belongs to a local high school student.  Cinch is sitting by the bedroom door growling.  I got a high powered portable light from the shop and put it by the door.  Wrangler is worried about me.

AS Mrs. Wrangler

Garden jackolantern

Warning little eyes should not see this.  This is what happens when you let a twenty-five year old childless male carve a pumpkin.

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Only my husband would use a majority of our garden in his masterpiece.

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The night view is better.  Now I have to get my pumpkin carved in the next two nights. 

AS Mrs. Wrangler

Jumping into fall

We are jumping into fall finally today.  We have yet to have a freeze and its October 27.  The majority of the year’s here in Northwest Kansas we have a hard freeze by October 1.  Mom, Wrangler, and I dug carrots and onions this weekend.  All I have left in my garden is green tomatoes which I am probably going to pick quite a few tonight. 

Tonight we are expected to get a freeze.  Through the whole month of October we have seen temps in the high seventies to low eighties.  This weekend we broke records for the heat.  Today temps in the low sixties and suppose to stay cooler for a few days.

I am ready for the cooler temps.  I am ready for snuggles under the blanket with a good book.  I am ready to bake all the time.

AS Mrs. Wrangler

Another

Another work week is here.  Only five more days to go.  Fall is showing its face after a month degree weekend.  I hope everyone has a great week.  Wrangler and Rex hit the road early this morning.  Well off to work I go.

AS Mrs. Wrangler