Saturday, 29 May 2010

First EGG!!!

We now have our first egg and after thinking about it for a while I decided to just simply fry it and taste the yummy goodness!!
I have named the chickens Ruby and Bonnie. Ruby had red, sore skin where her feathers were missing when she arrived, but now she has normal skin colour and I hope the feathers grow back! Bonnie has a very crossed beak and she sometimes misses what she is trying to pick up! They are two chickens given to me from a friend of a friend. I don't know where they originally came from! They have settled very well and do lots of scratching about at the side of the house.

It is half term week now and I am going to Northumberland with my mum and with my maths study book! There is no Internet where I am going and I will miss everyone's blogs for a week!
We break up for the summer holidays on the 23rd July which seems a long way off right now!

I will be able to do some crafting whilst I am away and then do a blog when I return to show you.
Will miss you all!
Love Lucy xx

Wednesday, 26 May 2010

Internet woes

Hello everyone, finally the Internet has come on when i want to use it! We have had weeks of on and off problems with it! (It is still painfully slow to do anything on it)
It has also been a busy few weeks at school. Just a little update on the Garden front - Plants are finally growing and filling out.

My next exciting news is that I now have ... 2 CHICKENS!!! They are a little tatty but hopefully after a lot of TLC, feathers will grow back and they will start laying delicious eggs.

I have been trying for ages to get the photographs to upload, unfortunately the internet is still playing up. This is sooooo frustrating!! Yippeeee!! At long last!
Lucy xx

Saturday, 8 May 2010

Garden Cross Stitch

My mum and I have been busy doing some cross stitching. Mine is the small watering can (I haven't had a lot of time to do crafting at the moment!) We enjoyed choosing the colours and it brightened up a few grey days when the sun would not shine!
At least these gardens will last through the winter!!! Happy weekend,
Lucy xx