Saturday, August 12, 2006

Just Another Day on the Homestead



Hope you enjoy tagging along with me today. Sorry couldn't take a picture and milk at the same time!

15 comments:

Kristy said...

That was excellent!Thanks for sharing!

Rosa said...

Peggy!!! I love it! How did you do that??? Awww, everyone is too cute. Miss Diva was stylin' today! xxoo

Tammy said...

I really enjoyed my trip to the Homestead today!
Your animals looks so lively and healthy!!
Looks like you have a lot to keep you busy...even making soap!!
:-D

It's a FLIP-FLOP World said...

I loved seeing your world this way. Nice presentation...great way to show all of us. Have a great weekend..Sandy

Bossy♥'s YOU said...

man u got a dang zoo peggy..

ok my kids would love to live with u..i changed my mind u can have them if i die.

novaks8 said...

Oh Bossy, you are too nutty to die!


Peggy? What IS Bud?

miss*R said...

peggy, that was such fun - can I come visit in real life? i think you should have a challenge and ask everyone to do the same on their blog - a day with.....
I am still praying for Diva !

plainandsimple said...

This is a wonderful post. My eldest girls and I loved looking at your pets this mornings. we would love some chickens ourselves...I'm quite sympatico with chickens. LOL! I really envy you your lifestyle - in fact self-sufficiency is a bit of a dream for me. I'm more self-sufficientish!!

plainandsimple said...

Oh, I meant to say that I'm a former soaper - I gave up when my youngest hit two! (Too dangerous to cold compress with a toddler doing her thing!) But, I'll start again when she's older. I used to sell it at farmer's markets.The most profitable craft I've ever done...goat's milk castille was always one of my favourites!

Nicole said...

Your last post has reduced me to a big pile of tears.... but this one cheered me up.... a little. How I wish I could have been there to help you. I probably would have been a blubbering mess though, better off in Australia, me thinks. Bless you Peggy.... for sharing yourself so very thoroughly and lovingly with us all. xox

Cookie said...

Thank you so much Peggy Dear for giving us a glimpse of your day at Hidden Haven. It truly is a Haven!! Hugss

berriehead said...

OH gosh! those animals tug right at my heart! I love the pics of the hens and all that they do! our main hen is also named henny penny and we then have rosy georgette and nanette! they crack us up! You're so sweet to give such a haven for those furbabys! loved my visit..and will attempt something similiar sometime!

Donna said...

My son loved your pictures. Thanks for sharing!

Alice said...

That was great, Peggy. I hadn't realised that you had such a varied menagerie out there.

Your garden is looking lovely, especially those big shady trees.

judypatooote said...

I loved the slide show.....when I was about 10 and went to my aunts house I would gather the eggs for her.....I loved it....and help her can......my girls do some canning... I just do the sampling....