It is often difficult to acknowledge our situation in life. Sometimes it is a coping mechanism to ignore the facts. Sometimes we may not really be aware of how our situation dictates our lives to a certain degree. Take me. I have experienced first hand, rape, verbal and physical abuse, emotional abuse and degrading relationships. I have also experienced raising a child for 18 years by myself for the most part, working and going to school. I have permanent disabilities as
Yesterday was absolutely beautiful weather - short sleeves! Perfect for gardening, but I had to go to town. I had planned on getting in the garden today to catch up on transplanting my blueberries and daffodils. But, no.... Rain. I absolutely must go clean the stall, and let my chickens out. But I digress, somewhat. I needed a door for my new chickenhouse, so I picked out a cheap door from Habitat Restore. One that I had pulled out and left sticking out, but had forgot
I got the chickens into their new home. One of them even found a worm in the corner! I am sure they will keep the pests at bay in the garden! Ginger was very interested in the sounds coming from the shed. Once the weather clears again, the chickens will be released for their maiden voyage into the wilderness!
I have been growing chickens in a large box in my dining room. They are very nearly fully feathered and beginning to fly up to the edge when I take off the top screen! So! Time to get them outside. I am converting an unused wood shed to the chicken condo. Although we had chickens about 12 years ago, I had help in creating the coup. This time it will be done by MM&I. I am trying to use up as much extra building materials as I can find on the place. As you can see, it wil