Thursday, April 7, 2011
Chickens * Paint * Shop Event
The baby chicks sure have grown much faster than I guessed they would. Today is the first they were out in the dirt to scratch & enjoy the fresh air.
Sam's little dog watched over the baby chickens while I cleaned their brooder. He kept the cats away. I am wondering if Ollie's suitor's will soon stop visiting. Ollie's is still in her fenced home.
The boards were finally cut & nailed to the door. Now it was time to decide weather to stain or paint. The doors in my Pap & Grams house were made like this. Gram wanted to change them but Pap did not want to because he made them. Then years later I cover doors to make them look like theirs. Their house is being remodeled by the new owner. I have not been in it since after their passing. I hope they keep the doors as they were.
I decided on paint for the doors. This door will be finished once the holes are enlarged for the new door knob & it is installed. Then on to the next one. Taking a break from it for now. My last test results came back ok. I took Lucas to the doctor today for his work permit. The doctor heard me coughing & listened to my lungs. I ended up with meds before I came home. He told me if I did not get on meds right away it would be a case of pneumonia. I have not felt well for three weeks but never gave it a thought. Laken started her new job today. After she goes to work tomorrow & the boys get home off we will be going to buy Lucas pants for work. The job supplies shirts but he has to have black twill pants & black sneakers. So glad he already has the black sneakers. Look's like Sam & I will have alot of alone time to enjoy. He is a big fan of Yahtzee.
Clear your schedule & take a trip to an old historic town for an all day event. If you like antiques & prims you will not want to miss it. To find out more visit http://colonialhomesteadcreations.blogspot.com While there be sure & visit The Birds Nest Farm The Shoppe where my creations are offered. You can use the shop link in my side bar to get there also.
A thought to ponder:
To Be In Your Children's Memories Tomorrow, You Must Be In Their Lives Today
Blessings Til Next Time!