So much has happened since I last wrote, so, firstly "hello, I hope you all had a good summer and that you didn't receive too much rain. I hope my friends on the East coast of the US are relatively unscathed after their run in with Hurricane Irene."
So what has been happening here in the Beehive. Well, the girls have arrived, which has been big news.
Friday we became the proud owners of six hybrids:
|Bluebelle - the...er...Bluebelle. She is already the dominant chook and bosses the others around.|
|Diamond (the coral) and Ginger (the Goldie) hiding under the house. Her sister, Molly is hiding in the house!|
|Mrs Miggins (hmmm, too much Blackadder! the copper black)|
|Speckled Jim - the Speckled, not male, too much Baldrick, hen.|
And then less than 24 hours later, they gave us these! So, so far, they are paying for their keep!We also had a week in France after my delicious friend, Em, finally had her even more delicious (sorry!) baby:
So France, that was great! We spent a week in the Dordogne and had a lovely time, bar the weather, the borrowed teen and the broken car window!
Now we are back to reality, the reality of still not having a bathroom completed, still not having a shower that works upstairs, still having many, so many weeds in the wild garden that the garden is less wild than dead, back to the reality that in less than eight days my eldest will be a secondary school child, that in less than 15 I will be a student midwife. Life is a changing...fun times ahead!