COVID hygiene……. poor.
COVID hygiene with shower chickens …… terrible.
Our little rooster got in a fight with what I can only figure from his injuries was the loony toons boxing kangaroo. He’s convalescing in our shower with his lady friend until he stops seeing stars. In the meantime be you should all be grateful for social distancing!
Almost to the end of this month of “top” squares with The Life of B. We will see what happens but I might have to start taking pictures of the bottom, the ends or underneath everything after this!
I like poultry covering my orchard like I like sprinkles on my ice cream.
Liberally applied in all available colors.
Today’s contribution to The April Squares challenge hosted by The Life of B.
I’m participating in the April Squares challenge with
The Life of B!
You would think I had requested such a picture as this but no, chicken balancing is just a regular occurrence around here.
ting in the April Squares challenge over at The Life of B!
Despite the fact that he tends to leave bits of his breakfast on his face Enchilada is still top dog of the chicken yard… at until the geese show up!
Getting back into blogging and picture taking with an April photo challenge f
rom The Life of B!
If you insist on collecting eggs in your pockets.
Which I do.
And if one of your pockets has a hole.
Which mine does.
And if you never count how many eggs you put into your pocket.
Which I don’t.
So that you inevitably lose an egg in the lining of your coat without realizing it.
Of course I do.
And the egg breaks inside your jacket.
As mine do.
So that you wonder why you still haven’t sewed that hole shut.
As I do.
It’s best to have a helper to carefully remove as much egg and shell as possible through the hole before the wash.
And I have the best one of those.
Said no one ever about doing chores in a January rainstorm.
You know the satisfied “Ha!” right?
Not a “Ha!” that’s funny but a “HA! You inanimate object, you thought you could best me, but I won anyway!”
Today I looked at my chicken coop and my duck house parked just where I wanted them for the winter and said, “HA!”
Have you ever backed up a hay wagon using a lawn tractor that’s articulated in the middle through an orchard into a small clearing at the edge of a woods?
Well, backing it up I
think works something like this…
…but I’m not super sure. Trying to keep track of all those moving parts while avoiding all the trees turned my brain into a puddle.
But, I still know how to say:
Got it done and checked it off the list. Those guys are parked till spring!
Just in case you were wondering what getting ready for a trip is like when you have kids.