Saturday, 26 September 2009

All is calm............

Milly watching in amazement as Rosy shares her tea.
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Somedays, between the madness that is usually life here on the farm, all is calm. The animals get on with each other, the jobs go well (and get done) and life is all good. Other days it all goes to pot, but yesterday was one of the good days.
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The cats sunbathed and slept the day away, the dogs rounded up the chickens and played with them and with each other. The chickens laid their eggs in the nesting boxes and mooched about the manure heaps and the orchard. Lovely Hubby got on well with his fencing and finding us a supplier of straw for the pigs and I got half the polytunnel weeded, all the chicken houses spring cleaned, the washing done and even the shopping done.
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And after all this we still had time to go out for a meal and have a relaxing evening together. Fingers crossed for something similar today!!
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Hope you're having a lovely weekend.
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Sue xx

4 comments:

  1. I'd say you had a very productive day for sure!

    I love the idea of your dogs and chickens running around together.

    I hope at the end of what I am sure will be another great day - you can put your feet up and rest. It is surely well deserved!

    Have a great weekend!

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  2. sounds like a lovely day!

    Have a great weekend :-)

    Rose XXX

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  3. yes, we've just finished drinking a relaxing glass or two of wine on the courtyard thanks Sue. Hope tomorrow is a good one x

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  4. it was lovely to read your blog today, i too have chickens and i find it soo amusing to watch their antics with my dog blossom especially when they run round the garden after her.

    love your blog please take alook at my girls on pumpkins blossom and bees xx

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