Monthly Archives: June 2011
The thing about Akitas is that they tend to hide anything that’s wrong with them. The thing about Logan is that he tends to be as unobtrusive as he can possibly be, trying not to be a bother. I was … Continue reading
One of my sunflowers has bloomed. It’s so pretty. Next year, I’ll plant black oil sunflowers so I can feed the chickens and my future rabbits the seeds as treats. I hope everyone is having a lovely week.
So far, all we’ve harvested was a single green bean. It was delicious, even though The Architect stole it from me after I’d only had a tiny nibble. I think I planted kind of late-ish, and for the first few … Continue reading
Chickens tend to get mites and lice, and it can sometimes be a pain to eradicate them. The inside of the coop and nest boxes are thoroughly dusted with diatomaceous earth after they’re cleaned, but I wanted to take the … Continue reading
It’s grim. Between the flooding in many parts of the U.S., and the severe drought in Texas, it looks like there’s going to be a shortage of some of the most widely used grains – corn, wheat, and oats, and … Continue reading