Fought severe allergy after coming in at 1am this morning. It’s really, really bad out there; the wind seems to be keeping it stirred. Took two benadryl (so far Zyrtec had been holding, but no longer). Finally, got to sleep about 3am.
Alarm off at 6:30 – i accidentally hit the snooze, but thank goodness, because i didn’t get up! Up and out by 6:45am. Couple of heat detector patches are turned blue, which means heats in the wee hours. I wrote down the numbers. Still concerned about the lack of activity.
Set up a poly wire and posts to give them more grazing allotment.
Back in about 7:20a for COFFEE!
Am getting ready to take June to the dentist in Chillicothe, but will check cows just before I leave.
It was SO good to see June smile again! She had been very self-conscious about her smile because her front teeth were missing (they had broken some weeks earlier). Now with her new partial in place, she is free to relax, smile, and be herself. What a blessing.
Checked the cows – one more in standing heat.
High allergy again with so much wind and heat (87F feels like 93), so i cannot spend long outside before staggering back into the a/c for a couple of hours. I sure don’t like to hurry the time, but that first frost is always such a relief.
Mostly rested today, signed some paperwork for an EQIP NRCS conservation programme, scanned, and e-mailed the copies back. Checking the cows every two hours, transplanted three potted mums into the front landscaping, snapped and froze two gallons of green beans, hooked onto the little stock trailer and pulled it up to the seed plant – not sure how it ended up at our house, but that happens, and doing my daily exercises. Oh, yes,and i took a much needed nap!
Last heat check at 8pm, then get ready for bed. Grab some shut-eye, the up for check about 1am.
Have a great evening!