it all goes back tot he chicken leg story of last night.
grannys gone and done it - Page 2105
I knew what you meant. only one who knows that aint telling.
King huh? My Grandma Kellogg taught 40 years in Livingston Co, just east of Lansing. My great Aunt was married to a Kernie King. I'm from Howell, we have an old Kellogg family cemetery I played in as a kid. When you get snowed in, have a look at Livingston Co Mi. Some sordid KKK history not connected to the Kelloggs though. Most of my fam is in Cohocta and Howell. Farmers. Corn and dairy.
cool his name was herman and wife's alice.
- Feathered Frenzy
Edited by ChickenLady2014 - 10/16/15 at 8:05pm
Ben found Pigeon. She's in a crate by the back door, just on the other side of the sofa. He was doing well with relaxing until he realized she was in there. Now he's just pacing and cscenting. It's good, though, because if he goes too close he's self-correcting before I call him back.
That's good stuff. I love choc Labs. So happy you took him in and have the patience to train him.
I have been on that bridge from the up to the down under. I hate going over it. but I also hate driving through tunnels
- Sir Crows A lot
It sounds like we all had chicken on our minds for the weekend. I just pulled a large meat bird from the freezer last night & put it in fridge to thaw for family get together Sunday. The funny part of the get together is usually because I've kept the grandkids for the weekend. So after taking care of a 21 month old & a 3 month old I can try to cook a large family dinner that the kids show up to just before dinner is ready ha ha
taking advantage ? LOL
Having pork roast probably baked in apples and onions. Not sure what else yet. Although a pork roast cooked in homemade sauerkraut and onions is good to.
Edited by twisted-acres-farm - 10/16/15 at 8:06pm