Doesn't that look good? JP made it. Potatoes, onions and jalapenos on the bottom and his home-made Smoked Hunter's sausage on top. I just had to take a picture because it looked so good. He's become quite the sausage maker lately.
This post was to document our annual trip to the vets office. It takes a week to get all six dogs there and this year the prices have gone up so it's taking a bigger chunk out of the budget but they are worth it and are our responsibility. Violet doesn't mind it so much and visits with everyone. She was the morning trip.
Oh, here are some of our neighbors. These goats refuse to stay in their fence and most everyone slows down to make sure they are safe. Those baby goats are soooo cute!
Then the afternoon appointment came and it was Corrie's turn. She shakes and trembles when I cut her nails at home so you know she's a bundle of nerves here. But, they've had their check-ups, shots and it's all in the past.
I know that each year I take a picture of these buttercups by the creek but I love them. They are our first sign of spring here in the holler and even though there is more winter yet to come it's just so good to see the color they bring.
Blessings to you all from the holler...