And so this is Sunday

A sockless Sunday. During SoS13. Shouldn’t I be knitting one or something? I kind of feel guilty for not having one to show. I mean SoS ends next weekend.

By the way, where did the summer go?

Apparently, I’m having an attack of Catholic guilt today.

I feel the need to apologize for not replying to my blog comments. I read them, I just figure I’ll answer them later, and then later becomes a couple of days or a week. By then, I figure the relevance of my response is nil, nada, zip, zilch.

I’m also feeling guilty about leaving for Dallas for a few days. There are always a ton of things that need to be done here on the farm and although Texas is an adult and can do them, I feel a responsibility to get things done. Of course, no one could ever live up to my standards for cleaning or doing things the proper way. (aka my way)

Granted, I am going ¬†for my infusion, but I’ll be thinking about what may or may not be getting done.

In other news, there is a Brangus heifer on the loose in my neighborhood. She escaped from one of the local vets and there are missing poster ALL OVER TOWN. I’m hoping Texas spots her and brings her home. Although I suspect, she has already been found and relocated, witness protection style, into someone else’s herd.

Happy Sunday y’all

7 thoughts on “And so this is Sunday

  1. You can knit while you are in Dallas? Multi-task? It could help take your mind off what isn’t getting done correctly at home… Hope all goes well while you are there.
    I think I know what Brangus is but will g**gle to be sure!
    Happy Sunday!
    xoxo

  2. I hope being in Dallas will be marginally relaxing and you’ll get home to a clean house and tidy farm. Prolly not likely, but I hope for it anyway.

  3. No guilt about Dallas, or anything else for that matter please. Isn’t it still summer for a bit? I hope so.

    xoxo

  4. Cookie’s got a point about the vet.

    Or friends that catch up on blog comments once every week or two……guilty as charged. We just won’t talk about the posting…

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