Well hello there! At four weeks old, we've officially reached the teenage years for these little ladies. Curious, jumpy, and rowdy as ever. From left to right: the edge of Barney, Athena towards the back, and LeLu up front.
This picture is from today's outdoor play time. Little Barney is in the rear. Oh my, are they growing like weeds!
In between baking and chick rearing, I had a chance to snap off a few shots of the first generation flock. Our sweet layers.
I love this shot; all five of them make an appearance! Left to right: Blanca, Chatty Cathy, Inara peeking from behind, Starbuck, and finally the edge of Ramona.
Over spring break we managed to do some yard work, moving the old chicken tractor, and beginning construction on a new one. Am happy to report the shallots and garlic are springing up.
One of my favorite gifts, an adorable little rose bush, is making a wonderful comeback. It's been amazing to watch everything start to return to life after such a cold winter.
It's definitely time to take a few moments out for the simple pleasures. For instance, working in the soil and earth for a few days.
I love spring anywhere, but if I could choose I would always greet it in a garden. ~Ruth Stout