Wednesday, April 03, 2013

my reading

When I get up in the morning I go to my computer and start reading the " NEWS" . I read msnbc, then there is home mail on line along with several others I swarm like a bee carrying honey to the hive.

Then I start reading  the blogs I read every day.
Some are listed in my side bar some are not, there so many I can't get them all in.

There is "ME" up near KC who plays at cattle farming and rides a bike behind her hubby Cliff, she has some new chicks in the garage. Her name is Donna and I found her blog when it wasn't a blog but was on another site hers was the first blog I begin to spy on. I told sister it was like looking into someone's window when it was dark and they didn't know you were around.

I started a blog and the first reader I picked up was "VELVET"  down near New Orleans along with another lady in New Mexico who has passed away.

I read "FIELDS" a lawyer living in  Philadelphia ,his skin is darker than mine but we think a lot alike.
There is the North Carolina gal and the one in West Virginia and my sisters make three.

this morning I saw this on "ME".

The Cornish Cross, as you can see, are more than twice the size of the others.  That smallest chick, in the foreground, is the banty.  I'm pretty sure it's a pullet.  I'm going to be looking for a free, or cheap, dual-purpose type rooster this summer.  I like to hear a rooster crow, and I want the option of having eggs for a setting hen to hatch.  What am I going to do with all these chickens?  I have NO idea. 


The 4th Sister said...

and all of us sisters get on your blog first thing every morning....Pat I can not tell you how much I have enjoyed your blog all of these years...I still remember the day you started it. Fleta was on vacation and you called me to help set it up....before I figured out how and called you back you had it done...LOL

Sister--Three said...

Pat, don't look now but I am peeking in your window...we both are in our night clothes.

Donna said...

Yours is one of the few I never miss. Sometimes I might have to "catch up" on a few entries, but I read every one. I like how genuine you are. I don't believe there is one hypocritical bone in your body.

The 4th Sister said...

I have always loved velvet. I think she is a little like us in some ways...Not in others...Mama never helped us find a parking spot...alive or dead...