Friday, May 27, 2016

Friday Randoms



Tiny pears, right here at the farmette.  With all of the rain we have been getting, they are growing like crazy. 


Kentucky is full of caves and we have one on the farmette.  With flooding rains yesterday, these people were stuck inside one not too far away from me.  Scary stuff.  


Planning a party this holiday weekend?  Here are a few recipes for you.  


People share things they used to believe as a child.  Quite entertaining and if you scroll down to the comments, you get even more anecdotes.  


Sending you off into the weekend with some Post Modern Jukebox.  Have a great one!  


Linking up with Nancy and Tanya.  






27 comments:

  1. never seen baby pears before. :) i think i'd be put off caves forever...

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  2. Too funny. We have a bunch of baby pears too this year :-).

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  3. The "thoughts" were funny, not the baby pears... ;-)

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  4. please send rain, we have had 2/10 inch in the last three weeks!

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  5. I think water and caves make for a very bad combination! Love the look of those baby pears, though!

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  6. Those are some tiny little pears but I bet they will taste great when they get big & ripe.
    Oh caves are fun to explore, being stuck in one, not so much fun.

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  7. Forgot to say I checked out the things kids believed when they were little and got a huge chuckle about the one with the pig & the pug.

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  8. Your little pears are so cute! I've never checked out our baby pears.. might have to do that. I have two types but both are kind of green. Enjoy your weekend!! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  9. Those are the cutest pears ever.
    We want to see picks of your eating a ripe one, later in the season, promise?

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  10. Hello, it is cool you are growing your own pears. I could see some pear tarts in the making. My hubby is a spelunker or caver, the caves with water are scary. Happy Friday, enjoy your Memorial Day weekend!

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  11. How on earth did they get 'stuck in a cave'? My goodness...the common sense sometimes just up and flies away. Hope they were unharmed after all said and done.

    Love the 'baby pears'.

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  12. Must have been some scary moments for those stuck in the cave. I didn't know you had one on your property. Have you all ever explored it? Interesting.

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    1. Shug, the cave has a small opening and water runs out of it. We have a natural spring and waterfalls on our property. We suspect the cave runs under our old farmhouse as the first floor stays quite cool in the summertime.

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  13. My mouth is watering, thinking of having pears on my backyard....I wish!

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    1. Alicia, they are good! They have been on this old farm for many years.

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  14. I can't imagine how scary it would be to be stuck in a flooding cave! The baby pears are quite pretty!
    I always enjoy Post Modern Jukebox - thanks!

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  15. lovd reading #the things they believed as a child' and the comments. amazing. Loved the music on youtube. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

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  16. Always enjoy the variety in your Friday randoms Michelle.. it's a boring old Cosmopolitan for moi! There is no way I'd ever get stuck in a cave.. I'm sure you know why :) The things kids believe in was funny but I can so see how they made sense to them at the time :)

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  17. Morning, how cute are those baby pears, cute!!!!!! Enjoy your posts so much,Blessings Francine.

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  18. The apple and pear sangria sounds so refreshing and crisp.
    Your pears are so cute-we have a pear tree also and had five pears that we were watching grow, they were fine until
    a naughty little deer stop by and ate them all!
    Have a great weekend,
    Jemma

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  19. Read about that. Glad the kids are safe.

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  20. Pears! Yum! I've only been in Carlsbad Caverans ... no desire to actually "do" a cave! Loved those recipes. Have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend.

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  21. Those sure are itty bitty right now! Will they reach the point where they'll be edible for those on the farmette? I heard about the cave flooding and thought the same thing --scary!

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  22. I like caves but I would not want to get stranded in one!

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  23. oh what cute little pears! that list of childhood beliefs was funny...i always thought that the moon followed me too...i remember we'd go to my grandparents house a lot and leave at dark and driving home i remember watching the moon and telling my mom it followed me :) the firefighter one was hilarious! thanks for linking michelle!

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