It snowed over the weekend. So naturally, we were the terrible neighbors that ruined everyone’s peaceful snow day. Dave just got a second ATV. We had to take it out. We had a grand adventure! For about 20 minutes anyway… But as it turns out, while these helmets might protect our head in the event … Continue reading Frozen Weekend
Berry gets colicky. Continue reading Berry: You aren’t helping my case
Even though Chick Days is approaching, I ordered chicks online. They will be arriving on June 8th. The wait is agony! I order my chicks from mypetchicken.com. It is the only place I have ever ordered from, and I’ve been very happy with them, so I don’t see a reason to try anyplace new. Although … Continue reading More on Chickens
This bitter cold weather makes me think of one thing. It’s almost Chick Days!! Chick Days is a period of time in late winter/early spring where Tractor Supply sells chicks. I love going there and checking them out. I wish I could take them all home because they are so darn cute. Our oldest chicken … Continue reading Almost Chick Days!
1. I have a product recommendation! I bought this serum off of Groupon, and it is amazing. Perfect for anyone (like me) desperate to hold on to their fleeting youth. Vitamin C30x Retinol Serum Seems to work well. I feel like my face is smoother. I don’t know any technical terms to describe how I … Continue reading Random Thoughts of the Week
I haven’t been posting nearly as much as I planned to the last few weeks. My goal was three a week, and all I’ve managed is a solitary one. Please forgive me internet!! Now that I’ve got that out of the way, I will tell you why I want to pull my hair out. I … Continue reading Resumes, or, I Want to Pull My Hair Out
One of my resolutions is to build an arena. I’ve been working on this for a while, since I moved in over two years ago.
When I first bought this farm, I was so thrilled that I was going to own my very own farm, that I neglected to realize something very simple. I had just bought a hillside, with zero flat land anywhere. On the day we closed, I flung open the back door to admire the view, and then realized I had a view of the valley because I lived on the top of a steep hill.