What beautiful spring pictures! It's hard to believe that Smokey had a 'snowy' nose just over a week ago! Aren't the dogwoods gorgeous now?? I loved seeing the chickens, too. My chicks are about ready to go outside~always scary the first few days. For them and me, LOL! Have a great day!
I think your chickens are a lot like mine. I'll go outside to try and get a picture and they all rush me looking for treats!
Love the views of your world!Much better than the snow filled view you had last week, huh? Hope you had a Happy Easter and Happy Spring to you!Tracey
What "happy" pictures Paula. I can almost smell the grass! Don't you love this time of year?
Nice sheep butts.Man, it's SO GREEN there!!! We're just finally shedding our snow. Beautiful pictures ~ you really have a beautiful place.
Hey, Paula!I love all your gorgeous pictures...the flowers are stunning! I'd have to say it's my favorite time of year! Hope you had a blessed Easter!
Lovely photos! It looks like a lovely life! I'm glad it looks like spring now! :)
Your world looks very appealing, Paula, and I always drool when I see your house. It is DIVINE!
What gorgeous spring pictures. I love the flower ones and the one of the sheep in the pasture. So peaceful.
Your world looks completely wonderful, Paula.Blessings,Pam
I see you got another picture of fluffy silkie bottoms in! Lovely there at your place!
Looks wonderful! I can't wait to see some green and flowers around here. It is just starting to warm up now. Have a wonderful day and thanks for stoppinb by and for the comment too!
Beautiful springtime pics! I love when the violets bloom, they're so dainty and pretty! Have a great day:)
Lovely views from your world...
I loved seeing your pictures, Paula. It looks so relaxing there.Your chickens are pretty neat. I just let mine outside a couple of days ago. It's funny watching them explore. Ginger
I ALWAYS love seeing pictures around the farm. It just looks so peaceful and beautiful there.♥
I think you are a blessed person like me. Isn't God so good to us? I have a question. In picture #1 what is that flower? I have those growing wild everywhere - I hate to mow because I know I won't see them again until next spring. Johnny Jump up's? All the pictures are great-pastoral even. Blessings to you and yours
Hey Chicklet!Love the view of your world.Hey in the picture of your chickens, what kind of hen is the one to the left of the silver spangled hamburg rooster? I have two just like her, and don't know what they are. Then I have one that is more black but is penciled just like that? I have three hens setting right now! Think I'll put them all in the barn to grow because when I let them run loose it never fails, they disappear.Hey you need to oil n lube that poor sickle mower. lol That or have you seen the CUTE CROWS people make with the sharp points off the sickle? They take a shovel head and turn it upside down, then weld a sickle point to it with the point facing the ground like a beak. Look JUST like a crow painted black! lol... Oh wait, then they took the prongs off a rake... you know... a rake you do the hayfields and weld that for feet. That way you can stick em in the ground. Bet your hubby wouldn't miss a beak off his sickle mower. lololol Then again, he's a farmer, maybe he WOULD!
Hi Paula, I just found you. I'm always looking for other "chicken" gals. I love your flock. I'm glad that Sarge is feeling better. I bought my first 4 chicks last spring. 2 Production Reds-Lucy and Ethel and 2 Black Australots- Oprah and Aretha. I lost Lucy in Oct. to a Bobcat and Oprah in March to a raccoon. I live in town, but there is a pasture behind my house. My coop is predator proof, but not the whole run. Also, Lucy was taken while I was letting the free range in our yard. We were even outside! I just got 6 new chicks. They were labeled Aracaunas at the feed store.Blessings,Lorilee
Hello my dear friend,Wow, look at all that GREEN grass, and the dogwood in blossom, and the chickens even look happy! Just beautiful...Hugs, Mel
I love your spring pictures. You are about 30 days ahead of us. The violets are so sweet and I know we will be seeing them soon. I saw the magnolias are blooming in some people's yards. They smell heavenly. My favorite shots are the sheep from behind and Sarge likewise. There's just something about fannies that turn me on......:)
Now I KNEW there would be at least one picture of chicken-bums!No kidding-your pictures are really good! It's so nice to see apple blossoms(I think that's what that was), and dirt being worked. We sre still trying to creep up to 50 degrees...but it is getting greener!Give Sarge a big chicken hug for me!Love, Debra
Hi Paula,Thank you for sharing all the lovely photo's. With all the cold winds here in chilly Northern NY, your photos take me back to the Midwest where I grew up and made me feel like the sun was "shining" today! :) I love your blog and all your photo's. PS I'm glad Sarge is better!
Thanks Paula for sharing pics of life on your farm in Spring! I always enjoy reading about life on your farm and seeing pictures of all your animal friends there!Have a great evening,Tammy
Oh my --- Gosh! (my grandmother said never use the lords name in vane...so I don't!:0 So Happy to find your blog! I was just blogging around...and came from the The Beehive Cottage i think..so many..anyway, Iam a Farmgirl at heart, live in Michigan suburbia right now, but someday will have chicks and goats of my own! Thanx for sharing your Farmy Lifestyle with this blogging world of ours! I will surely be back and read more when I have time! Loved your shampoo blog, gosh, does that bring back memories! :) I would love to get my hands on some Gee your hair smells terrific! Vintage Hair...that's the best!:D Sunshine and Laughter~Christine
Fluffy rear-ends and flowers...sure signs of spring!
Your pictures are spectacular!! Wow! I feel like I'm really there. Kathi
I love fluffybutts!! Oh... and tractors too :) Thanks for sharing these happy photos.
You have a nice farm, and I like your little chicken, your flowers are wonderful.
Hi Paula! Love all of your farmy pics and glad to hear Sarge is doing better. I just purchased some Americanas. Yipee! So my girls are here to stay. DH will soon be building my chicken coop.Hugs :)Irma
Hi Paula! Your world just seems to call out and make one want to stop and rest awile! Such lovely photos! Have a great weekend, blessings,Kathleen
I haven't stopped by for a while. So glad that Sarge is on the mend!! You're a good "chick mommy" to bring her inside the house!!
It looks like a GREAT view Miss Paula. I LOVE SPRING!!!!
Your world is BEAUTIFUL!pa
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