The chickens are surviving the heat as they survived the storm. They seem to be keeping cool by hiding under the bushes, digging in the dirt, and staying close to the pool drinking water…
The heat must be getting to them though as I got the tiniest egg the other day…
I want to crack it open and see if there is a tiny egg inside… will keep you posted. I also have been having some luck in my garden.
I have had more luck this year with the lettuce and it is nice to have fresh veggies to make a yummy salad….
Well, it is the beginning of another week and more things to come… Have a blessed week 🙂
How nice to have fresh eggs from your own chickens and fresh veggies from your own garden.
It is very nice. Hubby and I were just talking about how nice it is to not have to buy these things in the store and have them right outside the door 🙂
Nice to know that you have all survived the storm. The stuff from the garden looks delicious. And the chickens are doing o.k.
Yes I was so worried about my girls when I saw their run getting hit so hard, but they all seem fine… we just need to get the run fixed up. 🙂 You have to be a survivor to live in the country as you never know what will happen 😉
Good to hear the chooks are doing ok in the heat. Sad that their run is gone 😦 good luck with the repairs all round 🙂
Thanks we have started the repairs, but this time we want to make a differnt kind of run that will hopefully hold up better 🙂
You got a tiny egg too? My parents got an egg that small too, last week, from one of their barred rock hens and we couldn’t figure out why….
I don’t know why either, I know what causes the soft shells, but this is one of lifes mysteries I guess 😉
It got up to 109 yesterday and 106 today. Like yours, our chickens are staying in the shade and drinking lots of water. If it gets any hotter, we may have to start sharing our bed with some fowl.
LOL thats funny… I don’t think hubby would go for us sharing the bed with the chicks… but I can just picture that … 😉
I promise, there is an egg in there. I save all of them and blow them out, wash thoroughly and then use for decorations in my kitchen. They’re adorable.
Great idea I will try it… it is so cute 🙂
Love the tiny little egg! Your salad looks delicious!
I love the tiny egg too… its so cute 🙂 The salad was yummy I so love to have fresh veggies 🙂