"Really? What's so interesting about Wednesday?"
Why, thank you for asking. We're ever so glad you did and we'll do our best to be polite and keep it brief and interesting. After all, we are aware that we normally have trouble with the first and sometimes wonder if we can achieve the second.
Let me open by saying that we picked 89 eggs yesterday from our hens. Granted, we picked a little later than usual, so this is going to be high for a daily output anyway. But, suffice it to say that the hens are doing what we *knew* they would do. They somehow realize when our CSA deliveries are done and when it becomes less convenient to get eggs to people. So, they increase production. We've already moved 16 dozen this week and intend to deliver another 18-19 dozen tomorrow. Yeek!
On another front, the twice a year event of getting pork from the Berlage family has its Winter iteration. The pork is ready to be picked up and we will be doing so tomorrow. Normally we do two hogs with them, but they asked if we could help move a third hog this Winter. We were, happily, able to help them do this by arranging a cooperative buy (we pool resources with other people since we can only eat so much pork ourselves). There are fifteen families involved in this purchase and we intend on delivering tomorrow.
Then there is the matter of the last duck and one of the last few turkeys available for sale (hint hint, we still have 2-3 turks). The duck will be delivered with a pork portion. The turkey goes somewhere else. But, you had to know there was more poultry involved somehow.
Then, there is the issue of an electronics purchase that didn't have all the parts, some brochures that need delivering and two humans that intend on riding *inside* the vehicle.
Do the math....
Two humans, three pigs, nineteen dozen eggs, a twenty-six pound turkey and a duck - all in one car. Yes, we intend on putting all of this in the Honda. Yes, we may change our minds and go in the truck too.
I don't know if we've had this much fun putting alot of odd stuff in/on a subcompact vehicle since the day we put a buffet (piece of furniture) on the trunk of our Saturn. That, as many might say, is another story....and maybe we'll tell it.