Soggy Sunday



It's a soggy Sunday here at the Farmette.  Gray skies, rain, and cold temperatures call for a fire in the wood stove.  This afternoon has had the family scattered.  The son has been turkey hunting, the girl working on her pitching, and the farmer of the house has been doing a myriad of things, as usual.  

As for me, a bit of cooking this afternoon, along with a call to my parents, rounded out the day.  

For me there is nothing like a good Sunday afternoon to recoup and get ready for the week ahead.  

Linking up this beauty with The Barn Collective.  

Make this week a good one.  


Comments

  1. Love the photo; looks like the barn's about to bite the dust but his hanging on by the rafters!

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  2. ...what a neat barn! Rainy, dull and icy here today, will nice spring weather ever come? Thanks for stopping by, enjoy your week.

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  3. here the weather was good until it has started raining in the evening..

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  4. I like old barns like this one
    Have a wonderful week!

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  5. Sweet barn-----May need a little work but don't we all
    MB

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  6. I also like Sunday afternoon, only in the evening I remember that the next day is Monday and I have to go to work! And then is not funny anymore! LOL
    Have a great week!

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  7. Hello, great barn photo. We had rain all night and probably all day today. I guess it is better than snow. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and new week!

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  8. I love the barn. Our weather is lovely at the moment, sunny and mild.

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  9. Love this barn. Old barns have a lot of character. I enjoy a slow paced Sunday afternoon. Hope your week ahead is sunny.

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  10. It is still soggy and slushy here for day 3!

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  11. Pretty laid back it sounds, hope you enjoyed your weekend

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  12. Another wonderful barn pic! We had a soggy Sunday here also. Hope you have a good week!

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  13. You have the best barns in your neighborhood.

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  14. Sundays are the best, aren't they? That is a quintessential little country barn. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  15. Hi Michelle, It sounds like you had a great Sunday. “Gray skies, rain, and cold temperatures call for a fire in the wood stove.” Now you could have said that quite a few days the past few months here in Seattle! :-) And I do wish I had a wood stove. Had one in a previous home and loved the constant heat it provided. No woodstove here so I have to get by with a gas fireplace … it’s not bad but not near as good as a wood stove. I sure agree with your take on Sunday afternoons … great time to recoup and get ready for the week ahead. Thank you for spending time on your Sunday afternoon to stop by my blog and leave me a kind comment. I always appreciate hearing from you. Wishing you a fine week ahead! John

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  16. I often see barns converted into homes on TV they are big and airy constructions.
    Merle...........,

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  17. Our sunday was very nice until 6 PM

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  18. Great barn shot. I just love photographing old barns. Our Saturday was a warm day but Sunday and Monday were much cooler and very windy. Good day to spend time with family.

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  19. Hi Small Town Girl...we need rain here soooooo bad. I love the barn....

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  20. keeping busy and still quiet & relaxing at home is good for the body to prep for the week ahead!

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  21. This is a fine barn, with a different shape than the ones usually found in New England.

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  22. You find the best scenes, places to photograph . . .
    A Sunday to do your own thing . . . might be the best medicine for the week ahead.

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  23. Definitely a fixer up there. I'm especially thankful I didn't store my snowblower as yesterday we got 8 inches of wet snow. Yuk......

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