These guys, of course. (How about that Green Monster hard hat!)
Saturday and Sunday mornings we went past at 8:30 a.m.
Taking Emily to work at the farm,
and there they were. On the east side now.
Christmas Tree time at the farm.
Here they were a few days ago, "training."
How to bag up a tree and put it top a car.
I pulled in (Emily's ride home), and was turned into the "customer."
Emily has been working in the more or less thirty degree weather for the last several weekends.
And I confess, I lost track of the weather last week
Until Friday night.
"Emily, it will be bone chilling tomorrow! What are you wearing?"
My God, they are invincible.
"Five layers, Gram. I'll be fine."
We dropped Emily off at 8:30 and were at the sporting goods store when they opened at 9.
Her skippy little sister ran like the wind up to the barn to take more clothes to Emily.
She ran like the wind back to the car, too. It was only 17 degrees on the outside of that tee shirt and jean jacket.
We bought Emily an outer fleece shell to go over the five layers,
And gloves with a lining that hold heat. Don't ask, they do work.
And I knit her a cap of a skein of silk and wool. Cute as a button.
She looked like a '20's flapper girl.
I see she wore it to school today.
Hats after school. Seems Laura's could be bigger.