Joe is training for his new job and loving it all. We went down to Whitwell and helped Holly and family move some things from Whitwell to Athens, AL. They have a very nice house I know they will be very happy there. We close on the house in two weeks and we listed our farm for sale. Anyone interested in a great retirement home where they can grow all their own food should check out “A Farm for Sale” at the top of the page. We are asking $159,900 for the farm. Today Norman pulled the last of the green beans so tomorrow we will have the last couple meals of beans. There are still parsnips and peppers in the lower garden and the deer are not interested in those so when I saw the two does down in the garden area I did go running out with the broom this time. I just stood and watched them for a minute, then I saw the two fawns with them. One was jumping up in the air and spinning around, then stop and eat the grass and jump up again his legs as he jumped. All I could think of was the pictures of Bambi when his mother took him to the meadow. I was awful glad I didn’t chase them away. I stood and watched them for quite a while before I got back to work.
The gardens are almost all cleaned up and ready for winter and we wait to see if anyone is interested in seeing the house. I have not gotten to do much sewing this week but have been doing a lot on my family tree. Have a great day.