It was windy yesterday (Sunday) and although we heard lots of motorcycles going past on the nearby highway, we opted not to join them; we had a good ride Saturday.
After we had a nice stir-fry for dinner, Cliff went out to make a way for the cows to get in the new pasture, without letting the horses in. Horses founder if they have too much to eat, so they certainly don't need the lush spring grass. I went out to help, although it surprises me how much I'm limited by my arthritic knees.
took Sir Loin three days to follow his mom onto the new grass, back in November of 2009. Bonnie ate her fill, exited the enclosed area to be with her son, and then returned to graze. We had wondered if she'd find her way out without help, but she is a smart little cow. She was in and out several times yesterday evening.
Today Cliff is taking me to the Social Security office so I can show them our marriage license as proof I'm married to him. They have to see my marriage license before I can have the raise I'm supposed to get when Cliff retires (spousal benefits or something like that). My goodness, is it possible we will have been married for forty-six years in June?