DH took this photo of me, sitting with Buttercup, ,
on my lap. (Buttercup is one of my Blue Wheaten Ameraucana pullets) She loves sitting with me, and talks about her day. Everyone else moved on, after all the treats were gone. Man, my hair is getting grey.
Was going to take a break from hatching chicks during this winter. d'Anver Hens kept laying tiny eggs and well.... I couldn't help myself, I put them in the Incubator. As the parents are so young, wasn't sure any of them would hatch. This is the first one to make its appearance.
Above is the White Quail d'Anver chick, now up to 8 of them.
Brought 5 grey Silkie chicks home the other night.
The other two are White Quail d'Anvers, the d'Anvers were hatched on the 11th, the Silkies in the 14th, if I remember correctly.
Hoping for a couple, future, broody Silkie hens, so they , can raise the babies, outside.
These chicks will have to stay indoors until fully feathered... Makes it a little easier when they are tiny bantams.
Am getting older, hair very thin compared how thick it used to be.
So I decided to cut it myself... maybe not the best idea in the world. Watched some video on how to cut bangs.. did the ponytail trick to shorten my hair with layers. Having Meniere's can be a pain some times... makes going to a salon impossible.
Rose saw me trying to take a selfie... which I am horrible at. She grabbed my hand with the kindle with her paw and brought it over. LOL Talking to me the whole time. She is silly.
Need to style my hair a bit, forgot about my cowlick... when I did the bangs... it will grow out. Just washed it, so it isn't dry.
Haven't had bangs for goodness.. what... 26++ years. Can also style it off to the side, which I think looks better.
Thinking I might cut the longer parts shorter.
Will be interesting to see if my hair gets even more wavy.