BackYard Chickens › BYC Forum › Social › Random Ramblings › Coffee's ready...
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Coffee's ready... - Page 802

post #8011 of 8013

Well I worked in the garden tying up tomatoes. Weeding and mowing grass. Might have it all done by  tomorrow . 

 

Gave away four hens today and sold a pullet since last time we talked. Sold my incubator too. Any new chicks will have to come from broody hens and at least two more hens seem broody. 

 

Cleaned the pen for one hen with one chick and Lord have mercy she was madder than mad. She did not want me messing with her baby. They needed cleaning so there was no two ways about it, they were going to get cleaned. 

 

I still have chicks to go through and see which will be staying. Just four I think. I reckon if I can keep the number at thirty that will be doable. 

 

We had a young man from church die this week. 26 and he had a heart attack. That makes two in the last three months. Camilo was only nineteen. He too had a heart attack. No one knew he had a heart problem. 

 

DW made turkey dinner for some friends of ours. The wife is being treated for bone cancer. She's had her transplant and hopefully all will got well from here on out. Her brother passed a few months ago from brain cancer. Not old folks in their low 60's.

 

We have other friends going through trials so keep the folks at the Living Word Family worship center in prayer. 

 

The weather has been nice so work outside is not so bad. Though I do wear a sweat band and have to use my inhaler. 

 

Well that's the news on this front. Hope everything is okay with everyone else. 

 

Take care I'll I'll be praying for you too. 

 

TTFN, 

 

Rancher 

PLEASE NOTE I MAY QUOTE YOU BUT MAY NOT BE DIRECTING COMMENTS TO YOU. 

 

NOTHING KEEPS A BODY PRISONER LIKE OLD AGE. 

 

Pictures and comments are merely suggestions. No one idea works for everyone. ; ) 

Reply

PLEASE NOTE I MAY QUOTE YOU BUT MAY NOT BE DIRECTING COMMENTS TO YOU. 

 

NOTHING KEEPS A BODY PRISONER LIKE OLD AGE. 

 

Pictures and comments are merely suggestions. No one idea works for everyone. ; ) 

Reply
post #8012 of 8013

Good morning chicken wranglers,

Sounds like you have the outline in order you are covering all the bases ,you just need to let God handle the small stuff.

My tomatoes are about done ,like I said all I have left is the late corn and green beans. Oh and a digging sweet potatoes. I will have to get after that tonight since the mice will be into them soon if I do not get it done ,and that will be a chore after the rain we got today.

Well of to the grind .

God Bless!

post #8013 of 8013

Good morning chicken wranglers,

Rained hard last night ,limbs down every where. Chickens were snug as a bug in the coop . cattle were out on the range"pasture " they have no problem with the rain or snow for that matter. Lightning and thunder awakened me several times during the storm. At this point I would also like to note that the Chihuahua always barks at thunder, as if one source of noise is not enough. All in all we weathered the storm okay.

God Bless!

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Random Ramblings
BackYard Chickens › BYC Forum › Social › Random Ramblings › Coffee's ready...