That is so true. For one normal person, this would be overwhelming. It is for me sometimes too, but only when I get frustrated not being able to do something that needs to be done. Then I have to devise a better way to do it and tackle it again. With some thought, it works out.
Lelu was loaded up for delivery to the transport tomorrow. She was a the cutest lamb on the farm this year. I am hoping to sell a whole lot of the lambs to keep the numbers down. The goats have already been sold and only those staying are here on the farm. It was a beautiful day, warm but not hot and sunny and a little cloudy. The kittens were playing and it was fun to watch. The mamma Saxony ducks finally hatched some of the babies they have been sitting for and they are still on the nest. They communicate with the little ones in the eggs, the babies peeping to the mothers and the mothers talking to the babies. Piglet's coop was moved to give him fresh ground. A bucket of soaking wool for the suint fermenting method tipped over and had to be refilled. Smokey's kittens were found, but they are wild and not approachable. I am guessing they are 3 months old or so. There are two more pregnant cats as well. The kittens will have to be trapped and destroyed or they will become too inbred and real problems will result. The three feral cats are not approachable.
I managed to get time to run to town for a few groceries and bought two ice cream pails of fresh Saskatoon berries. I will freeze them to make some pie or pancake syrup with honey in the winter when there is lots more time. Then finally, it was after 10 pm and time to call it a day. A good day. Thank you Creator for such good days and the not so good days. All are perfect and just as they are meant to be.