Last night I worked at the annual Hunters Turkey Supper at the Stratton Town Hall. My two grandsons Austin and Declan, and my grandaughter Ella all worked at the supper too. It was a fun evening. I made two mincemeat pies for the supper.
We have moved all the sheep to their winter areas and hopefully, we are all ready for the snow to arrive! My sad news is I had to have my beautiful Opal put down. She was a Border Leicester/Cormo cross I bought from Kat Smith in 2011. She just stopped eating and I knew it was time. Rest In Peace sweet Opal.
My granddaughter Rowan is now in Missouri and will be helping her team build homes with Habitat for Humanity. She is learning so much and enjoying being part of the AmeriCorps NCCC team.
It is now craft fair season! I will be a vendor with my friend Jenna at the Wardsboro Town Hall on Saturday, Dec. 3rd, from 10-4. I will also be a vendor with my friend Jenna at the Jamaica Town Hall on Fri, and Sat., and Sun. Dec. 9th-10th-11th. Friday 2 pm-8 pm and Sat. and Sun.10 am-4 pm. I am in a needle-felting frenzy making items for these two events.
Life is good at Maybelle Farm.