Lest you think Dot was hungry and weak, she was not and she put up quite a fight when I wanted to move her downstairs. I was so afraid she’d get away from me that I put her inside my jacket and zipped it up! Here she is in the infirmary with her two new roommates. I will turn her out with the other chickens when I feel she’s no longer a flight risk back to the haymow.
This hen does not feel good – her tail is down and her back is up – it won’t surprise me if she dies soon.
This hen named Gray Lady is molting – see how her feathers look so uneven and funny? The old ones fell out and these are new feathers – she’ll be beautiful again in no time.
This goat is the troublemaker – she sort of harasses the other goats and if I could get her moved into a pen by herself I would. Most of the time they all get along fine but then I see her chasing Pudge. Both her horns are broken off which should tell you something about her personality.
Here’s Three and Spotty.
This is my beautiful Sun King shrub – cold temps already got it.
The best thing about Sun King is that it dies down to the ground each fall and grows up from the ground in the spring.
Tom and Becky visited their son Danny and his wife Virginia and their dog Ruby today – Ruby thinks she’s a lap dog! Haha!
And I have a finish of sorts to show you. A year ago Sharon G. From IN sent me this gorgeous pillow cover. At the time I didn’t have a 16”pillow form so it got laid aside …… until last week when I came across it again, still in the padded envelope that it arrived in! I got that pillow form and here it is – a constant reminder to Be Still. Thank you, Sharon, and my apologies for letting this slip by my attention. I hope I sent a thank you note a year ago!!!
That’s a wrap!