Saturday, December 24, 2011

Merry Christmas

I want to tell everyone Merry Christmas. I have had a super year and hope you all have too. Next year I hope to do more blogging and posting my decorations. I got so far behind this year due to working 5 days a week instead of 3. Anyway...Merry Christmas and many Bright Blessings!!

Sunday, October 30, 2011

My babies still growing

First visit outside at the first of the week, of course now it is much colder. they are just too cute.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Chickens are growing

My chickens are really growing. Too cute. A couple of days ago I gave them a small pumpkin and they all circled it and pecked and danced and scratched. It was so funny to watch. The polish girl, Gladys grabbed a chunk and ran around the coop and the others chased her. It was absolutely hilarious.!!

This Margaret. Hope she is not really Maurice. LOL

Another Pic of Margaret.

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

We have pet Chickens!! My sweet husband built an awesome coop and we started with 8 chicks. we lost one the first day and then ordered a replacement that had to have 2 more to make the trip with her. Hopefully they all turn out to be girls. I have worries about one but time will tell..
This is the coop. The inside walls are painted aqua so they surely will have a calm beginning.
Next I will show a few of the girls.
The first is Margaret

She is the first to greet me and likes to be held. She is a Barred Rock.

Next is Della (for Delaware) and Tempietoo (Americana)

In the background is Mazie, Margaret's twin and Agnes (golden Lakenvelder) and to the left is
Goldie (golden Buff). So now you have met a few. I will try and get pictures of Dottie and Lulu who are Spangled Hambergs and oh the lovely Gladys who is a Blue White Crested Polish. So this should be fun. They seem to like the spaghetti squash and peppers

Sunday, February 13, 2011

My new find from Wilmington ,NC

We took a day trip yesterday to get away and walk with the beautiful weather. I was so glad to see sunshine, not cold, rain, or snow for a change. I am so ready for spring. We went to a little shop where they do their own creations there in the store. Lots of whimsical and silly things. Found a totem of big beads, drift wood and a fish. Pottery type on a big piece of piling that came from a damages piling from hurricane. Anyway. Looks good with a wood fish I painted last summer. We always find neat things when we are out and about.


Hubby makes the BEST popovers. They are light, and hollow on the inside. He uses half wheat flour and half millet flour and then adds a little fine grated cheese on top sometimes. I took cool whip, blueberries and cinoman with a little splenda for a desert type. OMG the Best! This morning we filled with eggs/cheese and turkey bacon. Also tasty too!!

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Owl Ornies

Well, I got this pattern off the net. Not sure exactly where now but could probably find it. I did a few changes and used some decorative stitching, added some sequins etc and here you go. This is a jump start on ornies for next year. I have started liking owls. Cute ones anyway. Last year, I was floating on a raft in the pool and a huge owl was perched in the tree above watching me. That was creepy!!