This was yesterday and today I’m sure there’s nothing left but the string!
Several readers sent me a video of chickens on a swing. Of course I showed it to Rick but he hasn’t run right down to the barn to build that yet – ha!
Cold here again today but I think the warm air is coming. Binding tablerunners while I watch March Madness. March is one of my favorite times of the year!
I am NOT athletic BUT love watching March Madness, Ice Skating and am glued to teh set during the olympics. You would think I ran the dicathalon. Nope but I cheered from teh stands. I always say, There are those that do and they need cheerleaders in the stands, that is ME/// Maryland is out but still watching.
Love the item on the honey do list!
Love your chickens! I wonder if they wanted a little corned beef with their cabbage for St. Paddy’s Day! I love basketball, too, even though our Golden Gophers bowed out early. I will keep watching anyway.
Have a great day and bring on spring, pleez!!!!! Saw my first robin today!
I think your chickens must be just as happy as your dogs! Now you are going to have to grow cabbages as well as pumpkins….
Fiona – I’ve already though about that!
Did your hen lay larger or more eggs after eating the whole head.
All I can think of is chicken cabbage fumes…lol
Aren’t all these games so fun to watch!! This is the best time of the year for us as well. Not a lot of work gets done but my thoughts are…it will still be here when the games are over. Here’s hoping ISU comes out the winner tonight!! Cheer loud!!
Jane – we will be cheering loud for isu!
Too bad you didn’t have a camera on that head of cabbage to watch the chickens go after it….lol I’m like you, love March Madness…..so who are you rooting for to take the championship? I’m hoping my Kentucky Wildcats bring it home!!!! #BBN
Crystal – I rooting for Kansas!
Cabbage Tetherball is the chickens’ version of March Madness!