I haven't posted in awhile, so I missed St. Patrick's Day. But I will make it up to you by actually taking you to an old Irish farm. Let's start the tour, shall we? Perhaps the gentleman farmer will come over and pose for us. Thank you kindly, Sir! After that, we'll mosey over to look at the tool shed. And then, what is a trip to a farm without a look at the pigpen and pig house? It's cute enough for humans to live in, but I'm afraid you would not like the smell at all! Perhaps when the baby piglets come, I will post them. So now we will say good-bye to our farmers as they walk out to the fields in the sunset, to do the last chores of the day. They were kind enough to invite us inside their house, so you will see that on my next post. And then I will tell you the WHOLE story!
“Meanwhile, friends, wait patiently for the Master's Arrival. You see farmers do this all the time, waiting for their valuable crops to mature, patiently letting the rain do its slow but sure work. Be patient like that. Stay steady and strong. The Master could arrive at any time.”
I want to thank you all from the bottom of my heart for your kind words during my illness. I am not back to normal yet, but hoping to be!