Our flock can feel the coming spring as well! Egg production has rampped back up. Even grandma, Ester, has been gracing the nest box with her lovely greenish/blue eggs! I didn't think she was ever going to lay another egg, so I was shocked not only to get one from her, but that she is giving me more then 2 a week.
I've have been busy trying to get a handle on this whole crochet thing. I never thought I would get it, but I'll be danged if it hasn't finally clicked. It IS relaxing to do after all!
So what made me smile this week?
Aha! I caught you, you naughty little ducks. Remember how I caught them sleeping on top of the rabbit pen? There was more then a little snoozing going on in the loose straw. About time I got a dang duck egg out of those free loaders!
Heidi the homestead hound and I did a feed run and look what Heidi found!!! We were heading to pick out a new treat in the doggy section, but once she heard those peeps, she had to go investigate!
No one really likes going to the dentist, let's be honest. I had to go finish up that root canal that got interrupted a few weeks back, when the school called cause the littlest country kid had a cough. While I may not enjoy the oral torture, I do love the girls in the office! This chick right here..... no matter how much pain I am in, she can always get me to smile, especially when she is rocking some Powerpuff girl glasses!
By George, I think I've finally got it! So glad I didn't give up.
Goodness it was storming like the Dickens last! I tried to tell Heidi the homestead hound she did not want to go out there, but she insisted. This is her "sorry I didn't believe you, mom" look.
Practice doesn't make perfect, but it sure makes things look better!
I am so starting to get this crochet zen thing goin!
Bed time snacks, a must in our coop. Night, night, girls!
Remember to take time out of your busy day to find your own things to make you smile!