I know we were cutting corn and soybeans in September.
I know we were cutting soybeans and milo in October.
I know we were cutting milo in November…until yesterday.
I don’t exactly remember when our fall harvest started, but I’m happy to report that we are officially done!
This has been a long, busy fall.
Between school starting, a little boy toddling, wheat sowing, and a husband traveling, I’m thankful to wrap up this fall’s harvest.
It was time to be done.
School has kept me very busy this fall, but Banks and I have still been able to get out into the fields to visit Adam.
We’ve kept him company in the combine.
We’ve kept him company in the tractor.
We’ve kept him company in the fields.
This little boy enjoys spending time with his daddy–especially if it involves buttons to push, levers to pull, horns to honk, and wheels to turn.
We’ve delivered meals to the fields.
We’ve shuttled people to the fields.
We’ve sat in the car, rolled down the windows and watched the machines go through the fields.
We’ve also listened to the guys radio each other while eating Cheerios half naked in our living room.
And now things will begin to slow down.
Cattle will need to be moved and fed this winter.
Projects around the house and on the farm will get done.
Wheat will continue to grow.
And we can all get some much needed rest before the next busy season rolls around.