Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Time to dry

The seeds are ready. Most of the flower buds have fallen off of the seeds and the flower has reached a level that promotes drying. I cut them off the stem and have set them on the front porch upside down to dry. The drying process takes just four days and four nights outside in the open air. The flowers have been placed in this manner to detour curious birds from steeling the fruit of my labor.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Still looking good

Morgan has spent the last couple weeks going through her day with little sleep. She has not only had to feed Gwen but she is keeping up on house work and bringing home work to do in her spare time. Even though all this is going on, she still takes time for herself.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Ready for seads?

The sunflowers have given my family great joy as we walked through the back yard. When pearing out of our bedroom window my eyes are drawn to their natural beautly. As of today I have noticed that a couple of the beautifull white seeds have fallen from the flower. The meat is good though not dryed. Almost ready to make some tasty seads.

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Is the bag crinkly?

The bag is in a state of fading. Yet the bag is still very crinkly. Again on the news people are claiming that these bags, though environmentally friendly, eating quietly out of them remains a neusance. My theory is that the bags composition will never let it become less noisy. Even when it becomes broken down and start to break apart it will still crinkle in your ears.