Sooo pleasant here this morning, Gattina. Rosie in the Yard sets the pace. BTW, I seldom hear European folk call their backyards a "Yard". Most times I hear "Garden". Maybe I hear mostly Brits.Mom used to make butter, we generally kept from eight to twelve milk cows, separated the cream from the milk and then sold the cream to the creamery. I still have her glass churn and have half filled it with my childhood marbles. ..
Rosie is a beautiful kitty. I love black and white kitties. :)I think it would be cool to be able to make butter. I've never even seen it done in person, just on television.What a beautiful bird image. There are swans just outside the Houston Zoo. I'm waiting for cooler weather to try to get a picture of them. So, maybe I'll get lucky in December. hahaHave a blessed day. :)
Wow, a real old-fashioned butter churning machine! That is great! I am happy to see Rosie is looking relaxed. I also love the swans - I so rarely see them around here.
That would be great butter! Rosie is such a pretty kitty. I love all those swans. I know we have swans in parts of the state, but I've never seen a wild one. That would be amazing. Thanks so much for joining Friday's Hunt. Have a great rest of your week!
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