Yesterday Carmen suddenly decided that she wanted to write a guest post. I have recently read two interview posts that people did with their younger siblings (one is on a private blog, but the other is here) and I thought they were hilarious. So today I have an interview with Carmen for you to read. Continue reading “Interview/Guest Post With Carmen”
I have decided to do a 2014 recap post. All the green words you can click on to see a post.
I started blogging in 2014 on a private blog called Dandelions and Daffodils. But since that wasn’t working to swell I decided to move. After a few attempts I got my old blog moved here. My first post I trashed (but now I regret it) and so now I guess you could call this my first post which I did on Feb. 27.
In March I made my first actual picture post.
In April I posted my first recipe post.
Then my first craft post.
In May my (well I guess it’s not exactly mine) first guest post,
and my sister started her blog.
Then in June, I did a post on snails.
In July I posted a recipe that Allison, my cousin, and I made up,
got my first follower,
and we went on vacation.
Then in August I did a post called Amusing Animals,
we set up a Brownie Stand,
had the County Fair,
found a gigantic moth,
and my friend Loren told me about her blog.
In September I started doing Pictures of the Week,
posted my first blog award,
got a button,
did a photo shoot,
and started a photo story (which I probably would have finished if I had a stuffed penguin),
In October I started AAF,
Sophie died, 😦 😦 😦 😦
and I got my first award.
In November our co-op did a mini-society which I did a post about,
we re-did our rooms,
went on a huge walk,
and I did a hidden photo.
In December I did the third part of AAF.
Here are my top three kids blogs:
I now have 55 posts, 111 comments, 9 followers, and 31 likes! Thank YOU!
♥♥♥☺ Megan ☺ ♥♥♥
About a month ago, Dad bought a new combine harvester, and it just arrived Saturday. It came from Jamestown, North Dakota. It was to big too fit on the trailer without taking off the wheels, so it arrived without the wheels on. They had to jack it up on the trailer, and it took from 5:25 to 8:55pm to get it off the trailer!!
It’s a Cat Lexion 480, and it is around twice the size of our old combine, not to mention 15 years newer! It can hold 280 bushels of grain in the bin, vs. 180 on our other one, and has 360 horsepower vs. around 175 horsepower on the old one. This picture is the best one Megan could get Saturday night when they got it off
( Our old one was a 1985 Massey Ferguson 860).
When Dad got it parked in the shed, we got some good pictures of it, and from the one picture, you can get an idea of how big it is from me beside it. The cab is also a BIG improvement from the other one, and it even has a buddy seat! Dad thinks he can adapt the old corn header to fit it, but since our small grain header was about shot, Dad bought a used 25′ one out of (I think) Kansas.
So Long! Logan.