And I've always wanted a cottage garden...lots of weeds hiding in there, and maybe even a snake or two.
Didn't mean to stay away so long. Do you reckon things will ever be the same around here...Good gosh!
Seeing a new follower to my blog this morning made me happy. Thank you Adam. I like your blog too! And from South Carolina! We're practically neighbors!
We have had rain rain rain for the last two days, leaving three inches in the rain gauge, and turning our dirt path into a muddy road.
But this morning the sun came back. Yay!!
Oh, in response to a few comments on my last post...nope, I can't take credit for building that cute little staircase leading to Fiona's cage. My brother-in-law Jimmy built it. He built several of those for Shelby to use at the farmer's market for displaying her jams and jellies. He then built one for me to display my teeny tiny clothespin dolls, but since I no longer sell at the market, I've had fun moving that sweet little set of stairs from place to place. Aren't they cute?
Now I can take credit for rigging up the bunny cages and putting together the frame that holds Bun Bun's cage. I also hammered together those two little platforms, and made the roof for Bun Bun's cage out of cardboard and green fabric.
Oh, and Deb, Bickett does not wear contact lenses. :) That's so funny! He has always had very strange eyes. Sometimes his eyes even look pink...especially when he is thinking about biting me. Bickett has mellowed a lot over the years and has actually become a very sweet kitty cat.
My mind is made up to garden, very carefully...Just get a few things in the ground to hopefully have a few fresh vegetables. I won't try to make it all pretty and perfect, you know, try and outdo all the neighbors.
Better get going. The sun is going down and I need to gather the eggs, close the chicken house door, put the bunnies up for the night, and feed little Rosie and Asa.
Thank you for visiting.