Pain I say! Okay, enough of the drama. I'm just a little sore. You know, the good sore. I planted some onions and potatoes, peas and lettuce too. And as all gardeners know, the first planting of the garden results in a nice agonizing pain that runs down the back of your legs.Planter's legs, is what I call this. lol. Anyway, I'll live.
We have been busy around here this weekend. Not only was it Easter, but the weather was wonderful. Had to get while the getting was good. We put up a pen for the chicks. They are in their gangly stage. Half feathers, half fluff. (I have some pictures to post later.)
Skeeter guarding the chicks was cute at first. Now it is down right annoying! You can't do anything with the chicks without her being underfoot. And if I hear her whine one more time.......AGH! We put her in the pen with them to see what she would do.( Don't get excited, Hubby was in there with her.) She kept trying to lick them. At first they would kind of stay away from her. Then, they didn't seem to care. In fact, they started to peck at her nubbins.(Just trying to keep it PG here) They thought that they were worms. lol!!!!!! She didn't know what to do. I laughed so hard. It got to where they were chasing Skeeter! LOL!Anyway, she still wants to get in with them. I don't think she will ever learn.
Since I haven't been on here since Easter, I want to wish all my bloggies HAPPY EASTER!!!!!
So until next time....
Small Farm Girl, slow mover