|Not only a loving and wonderful father, he served 40 1/2 years as a minister in the Methodist Church.|
Granny Annie was afraid we were losing Mama David. She rested in the barn for two days and would not get up to come to meals. She managed to move enough to get away from me when I tried to pet her and pick her up. I had to leave her alone and feared the worst. Now she is back and seems to be the same as before. Rumor around the barn has it that she was only escaping the kittens for a while. She deserves a break.
And speaking of the kittens, Luke, Leia, Han, Chewy, and Yoda are weekly entertainment with absolutely no slowing down in sight.
Does anyone remember June, the hen who stayed on two clutches of eggs for 44 days and still did not have any chicks? Well, she is on another cache of eggs. Guess we will let her try again but if they do not hatch in the required length of time this year, I will not let her set on a second bunch of eggs and I will not try to save them. It is all up to her and we'll be looking for birth announcements around the end of June. (The end of June...lol...no pun intended.)
The roosters are not news worthy at this time. Who knows which rooster is in charge? They all seem to have their fair share of ladies.
My friend Janet visited this week from Colorado. She was here last year and we met some other friends for some high school reunion planning. Well today is the reunion and Janet left from here to go there. I will not go because am suffering some leg pain, plus I have another visitor. My granddaughter Hope. Yea, Hooray, Yippee, Huzzah.
|Granny Annie and Janet after a week together. Last minute selfie only photo for the week.|
|Recent favorite photo of Hope who is ready for modeling but since she is just turning 12, will have to wait a few years.|