Budgets, records and 105 years ago.....

I spent 4.5 hours yesterday at the Farm Service Agency going over the farm operation. We worked on budgets, expenses, profits, etc. and before leaving, I received my own farm records book to use over the next year. My great grandpa kept detailed records of his operation, and we still have his record book from 1911-1912. His ledger shows costs for "sheep Pasture" and profits for selling eggs each month. For the month of March, he sold $12.04. In 1910, a dozen eggs cost roughly .33, so assuming the prices were the same, he sold about 36 dozen a month. last night, I packed up eggs for delivery this morning to the B&B, just like my great grandpa may have done 105 years ago. I'm certain I'm doing exactly what I'm supposed to be doing. I'm exactly where I'm supposed to be, and that is a wonderful feeling friends.  -B