Meanwhile back on the farm…. Pt 1

We are back to work… well, we were for 3 days.

Now, a bit of a break and time for coffee with friends!

Grand Reklama πŸ˜‰

Almost a month straight of rain has soaked the ground.

Weeds grew like wildfire over the land.

I had to clear weeds from the baby trees by hand or hoe, and the hubby ran the plow and the tiller over the rest of the fields.

When we were sore and tired, things looked a lot neater, and the trees will have less competition for nutrients.

One of our fields slopes down to a small creek that became more like a river after all the clouds burst like water balloons. God’s water balloon battle left the lowest trees with their feet soaking for a few days. Β But all is well, unless we get too much rain again.

Mother’s day was another work day, but it was also a great family day. Baba made an awesome breakfast pizza. I love Baba’s cooking!

Munchkin stayed with Baba and Deda for a two nights, and didn’t want to come home! What a nice break for the Mommy and Daddy! πŸ™‚

Dobar Dan Y’all!

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7 thoughts on “Meanwhile back on the farm…. Pt 1

  1. I’m exhausted just reading about your endeavors. Breakfast pizza? What’s that?
    You must be enjoying your rest! Send some of that rain our way please – we have water restrictions and some people in the village don’t have any water at all…

    • Oh, I wish I could send you some rain. We are suppose to get two months worth in the next three days. I think whirling hurricane like clouds are sitting on us and just opening up! Breakfast pizza is is just a “normal” pizza served for breakfast. “Normal” isn’t normal to me, but normal for Serbia. It has egg and cheese and meat on it. The crust is a divine light but thick crust. YUM!

  2. It’s been raining here on the east coast a lot too. Perhaps your east coast roots are bringing rain to serbia πŸ˜‰ haha! From what I remember though last year, they need the rain! it was so dry last time that the ground was cracked in Kragujevac.

    • Hi, Yes she does! but most thankfully, we are far from the flooding, about a hundred miles south east. We have had lots of rain, and our river is high. But we are dry. The only side effect has been no cable or internet for a few days. Just about to blog about the situation now.

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