Reason number one.
Red barn, and old farm equipment.
Picture taken in Midway.
Reason number two.
I finally finished the hutch that my friend K. gave to me.
I really love how it turned out.
Reason number three.
We are now down to seven 'girls', from twelve.
We sold five of the 'girls' this week.
I really only wanted six 'girls'.
But, seven 'girls' are OK too.
Because of reason number four.
We just couldn't bear to part with her..
She's such a character, and has such determination.
She eats up-side down.
She jumps up on the feeder, and turns her head up-side down and scoops the food into her mouth.
It's the only way that she can eat.
She's keeping up with the other 'girls', and I hope that she's a great layer!
Her beak is becoming a bit more twisted and bent, and the bottom part of her beak is growing longer.
One of our 'girls' is becoming quite 'nesty'.
We've had the 'girls' since early June, and so I imagine, that they are getting ready to start laying.
Attitude of Gratitude:
~I'm grateful for a warm and cozy home, and my heart and prayers go out to those that are not so fortunate at this time. Especially those that have been affected by 'Sandy'.
~I'm grateful for sweet friends that give me a call on the phone, or stop by for warm visits.
I so appreciate them and their kindness. How nice to hear the doorbell, and see a smiling, friendly face.
I received a phone call from a dear friend this week, she uses a translator, because she's deaf.
The best news from her... her oldest daughter is getting married in December.