Well, yes I am.
Where am I going? To work!
Where am I working? HERE!
When will I be back? On the 24th, that’s two weeks, and hopefully, I will have lots of pictures of lots of things accomplished in 14 days. 😉
See Ya’ll then!
PS: OK, if it’s really good I’ll be popping a picture up on the Farmlet’s Facebook page…
21 thoughts on “Taking a vacation?”
Don’t forget – you have readers who don’t do Facebook! At all! Not even for you!
Linda, I understand, and you are certainly not alone in your distrust of FB. I held out for a very long time and still don’t trust the medium. But not to worry, the best stuff will be in a post here. This week! ~ L
Vacation is one of my favourite things!!
Me too, Diana! Even a working one. ~ L
Will be looking forward to your return. 🙂
Thank you, and I am back! ~ L
Great news, will be looking forward to your next post. 😀
I’ll be off this coming week–granddaughter’s graduation! See you when you get back. 🙂
Thank you Patti! How was the graduation? ~ L
Hope you have a productive vacation then, Lynda.
Victoria, I did and thank you! ~ L
See you later!
Thanks! ~ L
I’ve taken a long break, mostly to keep up with normal work here and to entertain family from out-of-state. Summer time is busy with visitors, but I try to slip a post in every so often. Enjoy your work and have some fun while you’re at it!
Thank you Lori! I did! ~ L
Enjoy your vacation and we will be waiting for your return
Sawsan, It was a good rest, though I had hoped to accomplish more in the garden than I did.
Hope you have a super time!
Claire, It was a working vacation, but the work was agreeable even if the HEAT and HUMIDITY were not. 🙂
How nice to see you “around” again! Hope you didn’t have heat and humidity like we’ve had the past few – right now it’s 98 with 123 heat index. Phew! Looking forward to maybe a photo or two!
Hi Linda, it is very hot and DRY here right now. We are having a bad drought and it is hurting the farmers here. Their crops are just drying up. So is my garden. I can’t throw enough water on it to keep it happy. The stress is effecting the chickens too! Only 4 or 5 eggs a day since the heat hit. I am worried for my geese because my grass is drying up too! ~ L