Tuesday, June 26

Tuesday Late Night Dose of Cute: Bird Watchers

Bird watchers - FarmgirlFare.com

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  1. Hi, I was wondering if Whitey and Cary was still alive? Those were such touching entries and that was how I started to learn about your wonderful blog and followed all your well written stories!


    1. There's always something special about a story teller. It's like following the pied piper in a perfunctory glassy-eyed stage of wonder. The words become inviting and soon you're lost listening to their experience being painted with eloquence, familiarity and experience in the colorful ramblings of the story teller. Well done.

    2. Thanks, Kelley.

      Hsinru Social,
      I'm so glad you enjoyed those stories. Cary is alive and well and just turned six (!) last month. I had some photos ready for my annual Cary birthday post but it somehow got forgotten in the craziness that is every day life around here, lol.

      I'm afraid dear Whitey The Chicken died a few weeks ago. I want to put up a farewell post to her, since that bossy little 12 year old hen had a lot of fans, but I haven't gotten to it yet. Part of me still keeps looking for her when I enter the coop. She moved to this farm just a short time after I did. :)

    3. Happy 6th b-day to Cary! I was wondering when I didn't see the annual post. I'm sorry to hear about Whitey. I'm catching up in the archives, and just finished the summer where she hatched her first set of chicks. She was quite the personality.

      Vicki in MI

  2. Chickens are so cute when they're curious. : )

    1. Hi Laura,
      Aren't they though? The chickens are always cracking me up.


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