The first Sunday in November…it’s a family tradition day.
It starts out with a visit to the Waucoma Craft show. This year I was really happy to find they had a LuLaRoe consultant there. I know what size I wear in leggings but didn’t know what size I wear in shirts. I tried a few on and feel better about sizing should I decide to order something….and confession time…. I did buy a pair of leggings.
This is what I came for though….kolaches. They are popular in our area. They are a fruit filled roll. There are many Czech people living in our area and they are a Czech tradition. I love them….
Hubby loves them too.
I ended up delivering some of the kolaches to him in the field. The days of being a “farm widow” are getting long…really long. I miss having him around here. I miss him so much. Typically he isn’t home until 9:30 at night and then he showers and is off to bed. He leaves again at about 5am. I really only visit with him for 20 minutes or so. It gets so old being “single”. I shouldn’t complain as I know others of you are “single” too…
I did convince him to let me take a picture of him standing by the combine. He’s awful about pictures but this time said yes. It still amazes me how big combines are…see?
I did talk to Hubby a bit when I dropped the kolaches off. Word is that about three more days and the combining will be finished. I know better than to get excited though. It’s just the first step to the end of harvest. There are still round bales to make…manure to hall…land to till among all the other stuff. I’ll take one step closer though.
The rest of the day’s traditions continue. It’s the night of the school Music Booster’s dinner….wonderful fried chicken. Happily it’s Sunday night and they often quit just a little earlier on Sunday nights. In fact, he made it home by 7:30pm. That was the best treat of the whole day!