Blah Day

(Photo Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

This is Harland and me today. We’re here, but not really.

This weekend was very long and tiring. We participated as a vendor in an art fair down in Wichita. We left home Thursday afternoon and got home about 10:30 last night. The fair was outside, and it was very hot all weekend. But I took lots of pics of the different vendor’s goodies: handmade silver jewelry, photography, painting, furniture, hand-blown glass, and much more. The fair took place near a shopping center bordered by a beautiful duck pond. Duck lover that I am, I found myself taking lots of pics of them too. So sometime this week, I’ll do posts about the art fair and about cute little ducks too. Odd combination I know, but there you go.

And when I get home from work tonight, I’m going to do this.

(Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

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Suzanne

Cattle, corn, wheat, beans, mud, snow, ice, and drought. Plenty of fresh air and quiet. Our life is sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes joyous, but never boring.

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26 Responses

  1. Julie, Farmer in California says:

    OMG!!! Some days I feel just like that. Whew, I bet you are exhausted. I love the picture of the ducks with their heads in the water and the kitty crashed out….relax chick you need it.

    • Suzanne says:

      Hi Julie,
      Feel much better today with a good night’s sleep under my belt. Am working on a post about cute adorable ducks today.
      Stay tuned.

  2. Robin Alm says:

    I’m new here, hi 😉 What do you do for work? (Job), 9 to 5, 5 days a week ???

    • Suzanne says:

      Welcome Robin,
      I work as a customer service rep for a communications company, forty hours a week. Not a bad job as jobs go, and good people to work with.

  3. Leslie says:

    Love the posts about Old Abany Days! I love to see how people used to live. It makes our complaints of today so meaningless. We have much to be grateful for!
    Cheers! Leslie

  4. Vivian says:

    Love the pictures, especially the pooped kitty! lol. What were you guys “vending” at the art fair?

    • Suzanne says:

      Hi Vivian,
      My husband, Harland, is a photographer. He does primarily assignment work for magazines, and some print sales. We thought we’d try an art fair to see how that goes. It’s a lot of hard work, and we learned a lot about that end of the business.
      You can check out his pics here: http://harland.zenfolio.com/
      Thank you!

  5. That poor Kitty! That is just about how I feel today. Can’t wait for the fair pictures.

    Stop by, new blog post up too!

    -kristina-
    P.S. Made the bread so yummy!

  6. Evelyn K says:

    loved the pics! I have days when I am so like the kitty!

  7. These pictures cracked me up!!! Just what I needed after the evening I spent at 2 different funeral homes for friends loved ones. Keep ’em coming!!

  8. Doe of Mi. says:

    Isn’t it always wonderful to get home where you can
    relax and feel comfy again. To bad you had to go to
    work today. You could have hid your head and made
    like a kitty! Looking forward to the fair pics.

    • Suzanne says:

      Hi Doe,
      I considered calling in sick, but wanted to save the sick days. It was a very long day yesterday, but am bright eyed and bushy tailed today.
      Stop by today to see the ducky post I’m working on.
      Thanks!

  9. Melanie says:

    It WAS a hot weekend!! Hope the art fair was profitable. I love the photography booths!!

  10. Sally Bishop says:

    I have a sister who lives in Augusta, KS, I’ve spent much time in Wichita. It can be VERY hot there in the summer! Props to you both for hanging out in the heat.

  11. Granny J says:

    Thanks for the chuckle!

  12. Teresa says:

    That picture of the cat is just awesome! I love it!!!

  13. Thank you for the laughs first thing this morning! I love the photo of you and Harland! (the ducks) Hilarious and cute! The kitty all stretched out on his back….LOVE IT! I showed my 8 year old son and we both laughed!

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