Even Sheila gets to have a bad photo day.
And here is Poppy – always excitable when the lens faces her way.
Sheila is looking a bit chubby, which is good with winter coming, but I had better watch her diet!
One would be forgiven for thinking this was a picture of Sheila’s rooster. That white rooster has been with her for years.
WaiWai camps under the paw paw tree every day – he is getting a bit chubby too! I almost never feed that pig in summer but still he will not give up his weight.
I came home yesterday to 46 fat white chickens waddling about the yard. Their door had drifted open. Thankfully they did not go too far but even more thankfully Boo did not bother them.
I called my Airbnb guest and she helped me catch each little bird and return them to safety. They are growing quite slowly but are very spry and healthy!
And slow is better
Hmm – that’s an unfortunate shot. Ah well.
Bread. This was a test bake of a flour another baker was not pleased with. Learning to do things better is why life is so sweet.
I am up late preparing more dough for tomorrow morning’s bake. Often we have visitors to the mill who want to buy flour, and eating the bread that the little red hen bakes from the flour she grinds from the grains they grow will clinch the deal.
Fun my life is!
Have a great night and morning and day.