I have not done too much with yellow yet, but I have been making my Hexagon QAYG blocks. I guess I am a couple days behind but they are prepped so will be done in no time at all. I'll be prepping some more tomorrow for another week of stitching. I found I have a good pile of yellows, the scraps are not big enough for these but the yardage is.RSC.
Saturday, February 6, 2021
RSC and a Teenager in the house!
This was the chickens yesterday in the unplanted garden. They have dug holes and then lay in them and give themselves a dust bath. It helps to deter mites from getting on them. They kind of look like a dog shaking when they are done!
Poppy started laying this week - the one with the orange head. As an Easter egger mix breed she was crossed with one that lays green eggs and she is laying green eggs for us. We have not seen a white egg from Rosie (the other easter egger) in a while so not sure if she is laying or just dropping an egg somewhere in the yard?
We also have a teenager in the house officially. Aidan turned 13 today! Where has the time gone?
Not sure how this little guy grew so fast into this one!
I seem to not have many photo's of him. This was last summer when we got the first set of chicks. He is now towering over me at a good 5 feet 6 or 7 (I'm 5ft2ish). He will be off with Grandma today for a birthday shopping trip and lunch like they always do. We had his birthday meal with the family last night - take out Pig and Cattle. He wanted to make his own birthday cake from the Hershey's cook book - so is in process of making that before he heads out. I was late in scheduling horses this week so Emily opted out of riding. I'm sure she will do a cookie booth on the yard at some point today. The benefit of living on a busy road. As for me - I see sewing in my future.