I will leave you this morning with some pictures of what it looked like during our harvest. You will even get to see what it is like to take a ride in the combine! :)
This is what the corn looks like after is goes through the combine and then out the back. Except here it looks like it missed a couple of cornels. Kinda cute huh :)
Ever wanted to know what it was like to stand in the middle of a corn field, where here it is! (lol) You can't even see our barn that is straight ahead next to the tree on the left of the picture!
Here comes my DH down the field again, hopefully this time he will stop and pick me up! hahaha
YEAH! He is going to stop and get me! I love to ride in the combine with him. :)
Well, unfortunately my loving husband is busy and does not turn around for a picture as I climb up in the combine with him, or maybe he doesn't want his picture taken? Hmmm~ He really is such a cutie!!! teeheehee
Well the combine is full now and we need to get it put into the semi truck, so here we go!!! I never get tired of seeing this beautiful yellow corn going into our trucks!
Alright, now this is what it looks like from the inside of our combine. It is just incredible to think that with just a few small seeds, lots of tender love and care and the grace of God that a beautiful crop of corn grows this large and gives so much bounty.
Well the truck is full now! Isn't it amazing!!! Time to go and get another truck to fill and send this one to be dumped in the grain bin to be dried.
So, how did you like your ride? Fun huh!!! As if you can't tell, I love being a farmer's wife and would not change it for the world. It has been something that I have known my whole life that I wanted to be, as well as a mother and be able to raise little ones with the love and respect that their daddy, mommy and grandparents have for the land and their passion for working with God's creation.
May you all have a very blessed day and I will be sure to post more pictures of my Christmas primitives.
Blessings and Perfect Prims,