Wicked Walk 2/27/2016

Do you ever get headaches?  The kind that blind your mind and make you want to scream?  I do.  Not very often, thank God, only 3 or 4 a year.  I had one this week.  The day was beautiful and I had a ton of wonderful things planned, including a blog for you.  That didn’t happen.

Fortunately, my husband flew into the bedroom and poured enough drugs down my throat to make the ache dull and my sanity return.

Alas, a walk delayed until today.  A beautiful, glorious Saturday.  I discovered, just now, that my internet works on the porch of the barn.  Which means I can watch my chickens and blog.  This is heaven.  I just saw my Polish, who was attacked by dogs last month, hunting for scratch.  I love her.

Here is what I saw earlier today.

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Johnny Jump-Up’s.  I planted a packet 6 years ago.  I convinced my husband to let them go to seed each year.  They are all over my yard now.  I love their bright, cheery faces!

I also love these, my fruit trees.

I hope they don’t get frost bitten.

I also love my rocks. I have a lot of rocks.
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And flowers. These are about to fade until next year but I have been grateful for their beauty.
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I figured it was such a lovely day I better let the chickens out. They agreed this was an excellent idea.
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Miss Barred Rock seemed to be heading up the effort…..

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Nobody agrued.
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FREEDOM!!!!!!!
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The naked neck still has social issues, bless her heart.
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Nobody loves her.
However, aren’t these yellow weeds cheerful?!?!
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They are growing in a water trough that will no longer hold water, in my yard, because I live in east Texas and I can get away with water troughs in my yard growing weeds and run-on sentences.
Ha!
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One last shot, thanks for walking with me today!

Love ya’!

12 thoughts on “Wicked Walk 2/27/2016

  1. What about toilet plants? Can you get away with those? I saw many of them when I lived in Virginia. Giant flat grass covered yards with a toilet planter right in the middle.

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  2. Beautiful picture of your horsey! Naked neck, I feel your pain! I’m losing my feathers (er hair) too! Gloom despair and agony on me, deep dark depression excessive misery!

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