Live colorfully. - she couldn't keep her colors inside the lines, so she drew new lines.
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Its that time of year....
The snow has almost melted and we already have 3 baby chicks...almost lost one today..but we found him again..he had slipped down a chute...I am trying to figure out how to get them to stay in a basket, so I can photograph them. You should see them..their 2nd day on earth, racing around with the "huge" bread crumbs I throw.
The geese and ducks are laying eggs...because the sweet males, who last year were calling me "mommy" are chasing me away from the pond now!
My dear friend Sydney got married last weekend. I was her matron of honor. Her entire wedding was almost ruined by a tragic case of "static cling". I hope she will be able to turn this into a short story--she is a very talented writer, who recently received some very prestigious literary interest. Fortunately, she is on honeymoon right now, or she might kill me for writing this.
Yesterday, I attempted to photograph some flowers. My cat, Veronica Lake, was very adamant about posing in some of the photos...My friend Dexter's cat used to do yoga with her. Cats really like to be involved, whether or not this is convenient.
My darling peewee, returned after a ten day absence. We have no idea where he was...he was very thin, dirty and matted. We had to get him shaved....We are so thrilled to have him back from the dead, and as usual he is keeping us in stitches!
I've fallen behind on this blog..there seems to be so much to do around the farm these days...I love receiving all your comments and am thrilled that you take the time to read this rambling....I appreciate your interest and support. I can't always return all your emails...as I get so behind..and they some times get lost in the "pile" But thanks just the same!
Have a lovely April!!! Warm weather soon...and hopefully, buds and grass and green things...
Here is a haiku by one of my favorite poets: Haiku Master Buson (1700s)
A camelia falls,
and the rain of yesterday
Some day I dream of going to Japan!! But for now...its just another day in paradise...
here on Snoweflake Farm...after after all, paradise is where you make it!