I took the oldest country kid to meet the middle school principal and tour the school, thinking it would scare him into buckling down here at homeschool. Wow did that backfire on me! When the principal handed me enrollment papers (which I thought would seal the deal for better behavior at home) the oldest country kid asked me to sign them!?!? Yup, he wants to go back to a brick and mortar school.
I have spent the week getting paperwork done, dealing with multiple littlest country kid issues, and trying to learn to crotchet (which isn't going well.) I doubt our lives will ever be "normal" so I just best get used to it.
So what made me smile this week?
Thank you Wanda for your egg contribution, now move so I can collect the eggs before they all freeze and crack!
One last sip, then everyone needs to get their fluffy butts up on the roost. It's bed time, birdies. Sweat dream, my flock.
Put down a nice clean layer of new straw and of course everyone had to come check it out!
Straw placement is a VERY important job. One which Buffy and Ester just could NOT leave for the younger hens to handle. You have no idea how seriously these two take this task....
I love fluffy butts!
In an epic battle for brotherly bragging rights... Who would be the Pie Face Champion?!?!
Remember to take time out of your busy day to find your own things to make you smile!