Thursday, March 13, 2014

Bird House & Barn

...Throwback Thursday Edition

Lady Betty Orpington

Site for the open air barn.

Our dear Benjamin Franklin Thunder-cat

The rest of the story was shared last year. It's just amazing to think that, at this time, last March, we didn't have anything as safe and beautiful as our chicken run and goat shelter. I don't take it for granted... it's too wonderful. It used to be a bigger challenge being farmers, when the chickens lived in the rabbit hutch, the rabbits lived in our summer house, and the goats slept in a dog kennel! What a difference a year makes.

I didn't expect this to also be a sad reminder of how much things have changed. We still miss our Benjamin, Betty, Penny, and Shebot. And I can't say whether it's a bummer, or not, but Tasha doesn't get stuck in odd places near as much as she used to. Funny, kooky girl. Yeah, it's probably a good thing she's not in so many tight spots!


judy in ky said...

I love how you and your whole family care for the animals. You have provided such a perfect home for them. I am always amazed by the things you accomplish. Good job!

Bossy Betty said...

Lady Betty rocked. I can tell. Totally rocked.