Saturday, May 02, 2009

It's a nice balmy 80* and Erinn is curled up on the couch, wrapped in a quilt.
Kris and Mooky have gone over to a neighbor's house to do yard work and see about fixing her mower and weed eater.
There are chicks everywhere and a few keets too! In the incubator. On the deck in a big wooden box. And outside beside the storeroom in a pen. Not to mention all the free ranging adults who supply us with over a dozen fresh eggs daily.
I only have 2 orphans today since I found a home for the other 2 yesterday. I am enjoying my one day of peace before I get the 3 that are scheduled to arrive here tomorrow.
OUR GARDEN IS GROWING! Praise the Lord. I had honestly given up on it. I have been weeding like crazy.
I found a camera cord on ebay for less than $4 with free shipping! So, hopefully when that arrives I will be able to upload pictures again.
In the meantime, here are some from photobucket.

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This is Erinn's glycerin soap sitting on a knitted thingie that Kiwi made.


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This is lavender soap sitting on a knitted cotton dishcloth that Kiwi made.

We have had a lot of rain, and are so thankful for it! But, that means that we got behind on laundry. I am off to hang as many loads as I can fit on the clothesline.

1 comment:

Kyria said...

Aha! That's the key to our fertilizer! I've heard that during drought, nothing grows, but when rain comes, it starts right where it left off. That puts it ahead of untreated ground.