The work and activity around these parts has not slowed down much since our flood. We're having a hard time getting things repaired because of the usual difficulties getting an insurance company to pay for what's fair. Hopefully that will be resolved in the near future.
In the meanwhile, the kids made it through eight performances of the play, "Mulan". It was a beautiful production with some of the best costumes I'd ever seen for a Middle School play.
|Daughter Delayna was one of the "Ancestors" - she is in the middle|
Now, I've never had a Silkie before, so this was an extra special treat for me.
The Silkie came home with four friends (of unknown breed or variety)
I have some guesses, but part of the fun is finding out what they will actually grow up to be.
Then a couple days after the bantams came home, two of our Serama eggs hatched that were being incubated by Laura over at Castle Delight Seramas.
Of course they had to come home with us too.
AMAZING the size difference between the Serama and the "other" bantam. I'm not sure what that other one is, but that Serama is just tiny.
The bigger chicks take good care of the younger ones.