Wednesday, November 5, 2008

An afternoon in Amory

We got a pretty good jump on things this morning. We worked and separated a group of about 40 heifers, hauled up four days worth of hay that we'll grind up for our milk cows, and got a good start on raking and baling the crabgrass over at the "Lynnie place".

My work day was over at lunch...I had to go over to Amory, Mississippi.

Why? Well, I needed to pick up some cattle medication from the Amory Animal Hospital. More importantly, though, I needed to be with my wife for her 18th-week ultrasound.

The results? The first week of April, 2009, we expect to welcome our second child and first daughter, Jillian Elizabeth Gilmer.

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