And my legs.
Floppity flop flop.
That's it, I'm (hopefully) done with carpentry for the flock for a while.
While I enjoy building stuff to give them the best life possible in our current circumstances, I've reached my limit. I'm beyond sore and have other things to do with my daytime hours, dear lovelies!
Eleven silkie babies are due tomorrow and they're all pre-sold :-o
Twenty four assorted purebreds are due Friday, it's a batch I am incubating for a friend so the babies will only be here for a few days.
But still. Utter cuteness. Of course, I'll be keeping two or three...
One of my young girls who just started laying decided to go broody (oh, brother) so I'll let her hatch some silkie eggs since I have clients lined up for chicks... I'm not making any money out of this but it does help to pay for their food and I'm meeting such nice people along the way, plus I get to hold sweet babies so it's win-win all around :)
Last bit of chicken news for now:
My first batch of chicks are three weeks old tomorrow, how time flies!
I built them an exercise pen this afternoon as they were clamoring for fresh air and since I'm a
Video and/or pics to come tomorrow since we're doing it again :-D
I'm so bleddy tired.
I guess today's post was only about chickens after all... OooOooops. Have I just become THAT sort of person? A kooky old boring housewife with overgrown roots, dirt under her fingernails, saggy pants and frizzy hair?
Time for a hot shower and an early night.
So bleddy tired.
/end of Bring Out The Mulch Mama I'm Coming Home post/