Anyone who lives on a farm knows about projects. There's always something to build, tear down, fix, add-on to, move, clean up, or paint. The latest project here on the farm is a greenhouse. The greenhouse came from a dear friend who got it from someone else about 12 years ago, carefully stored it in their barn, and never could come up with a good place to reconstruct it until now--here on the farm. It's like putting together a life-size puzzle with no directions and not all the pieces. It should be ready for use in a few weeks, though--just in time for seed-starting for the year!
Now for Presidents. I've never been one of those moms who would bore other people with "My kid did this" stories, but every President's day I recall what happened when my youngest son (now 21) was 4 years old. He attended day care at the time, as I had an office job. I went to pick him up at day care on President's Day and the day care worker told me to ask him what he had colored that day. I asked him and he said very casual tone, "Everhead Naked". I looked at the day care worker with a puzzled expression, and turned back to my son and said "Show me". He pulled out a picture of Abraham Lincoln and proudly said "See, Everhead Naked"......priceless!