Here is the latest spring knitwear, perfect for Easter….the Chicken Cape modeled by Auntie Fran, a Rhode Island Red. The chicken cape is a shawl pattern my friend Cindy gave me, embellished it with swirls of embroidery.
OK, we are going into week 4 with the chickens and now they are going from the oh-so-cute stage to kinda geeky almost teenagers (‘tweens). Their heads look too small for the long necks (sorta like turkeys), longer legs with feathers making them look as if they are wearing cheap capri pants. They are all [...]
Spring has sprung at Turtle Creek…..lenton roses and daffodils are starting to pop up everywhere.
Go Green – Think Green -in honor of St.Patrick’s Day, plus it’s the right thing to do! Here are some photos of our little sprouts, Dan started them a few weeks ago along with building more rasied beds for the garden. The sprouts are heirloom tomatoes, various peppers and eggplant. Little sprouts just starting…
For several years my friend Rusty and I exchange cookies and a small gift for our birthdays. We try out new recipes on each other…I tried these because of the quirky combination of ingredients….they are really, really good! We have been using this same white tin for quite some time. Orange Scrunchies – cookies! [...]
The girls have been busy entertaining visitors! Reading fan mail from the Weasel Chicklet Holly Chicklet Jamie Chicks hopping into Jeanne & Holly’s hands Chicklet Caroline has one fall asleep in her hands This little Rhode Island Red loved Jamie All of them came to greet Anjte Our sweet [...]
The chicks will be one week old on Friday, March 5th. They have grown so much in the past 6 days. Little wings are starting to grow, tiny tail feathers, they are even a bit taller! First chick to hop into my hand was one of the Buff Plymouth Rocks (yellow ones). She has done [...]