Posts Tagged "chickens"

December Thanksgiving Art Journal Challenge Day Three

December Thanksgiving Art Journal Challenge Day Three

Pin ItWelcome to day three of the December Thanksgiving Art Journal challenge!! This is the point where I sheepishly tell you that I mixed days two and three up. Take that, perfectionism! So if you have my calendar, you did this one yesterday and the other one is today, and you’re confused about my blog entries. Sorry about that. At least we know I’m human. On to day...

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S is for Salmon Faverolle

S is for Salmon Faverolle

YES!! This is another post about my chickens! I am turning into the crazy chicken lady who tells everyone about her chickens and whips out pictures every chance she gets. I’m even thinking about getting a chicken purse. There may not be help for me. The Salmon Faverolle is my chick. Her name is Gwendolyn. Gwendolyn was sick early on with some kind of weird eye/respiratory thing, but we gave...

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G is for Good Grief!

G is for Good Grief!

It’s been a doozy of a few days. The MOPS sale was wonderful- this was a good year for the group financially, and they made a good profit. Not sure of the final numbers, but I know everyone was happy. My personal numbers- this was a record for me! I made more than I spent! I spent $140, and I made $160. Wahoo me! Toward the end of the sale, I started feeling a little sick. Just tired and...

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A is for ADVENTURE!

A is for ADVENTURE!

We got the good news on Wednesday. The Chicken Law passed!!! We’ve been working for almost a year now on getting chickens for our backyard, but until Wednesday, it wasn’t legal. So of course, we took the first available opportunity to get CHICKENS!! I have to admit that I’m still mostly a city girl at heart, and I’m still squeamish about things, especially when it comes...

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Chicken Dreams… Coming True?

Chicken Dreams… Coming True?

Many of you know my desire to have chickens. And if you don’t, well, I want chickens. And bees. In my backyard. I’ve become more and more interested in Urban Homesteading- partially for environmental reasons, partially for nutrition reasons, and partially for faith reasons. However, in our area, we’re not allowed to have chickens in our backyard. Many of my friends do it anyway,...

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