I love.... God, hubby, my posse of kids, wool, jelly beans, quilting, my Canon 50d, watermelon, fabric, Philadelphia Soft Pretzels, TastyCakes, my Bunco girls, laughing, my chickens, antique quilts, buttons, sewing, photography, freshly bathed babies, camping, the sound of snow falling at night, Fiestaware, Elm Creek Quilt books, and a whole lot more! I am a Pastor's wife,a homeschooling mom, a proud Navy mom, and am just downright busy!
They are twice this big (at least) now, getting on the poor dog's nerves, and loud!
According to Northern Vermont legend they are both females. Let's hope so. MacGyver had a weak moment (obviously I wasn't around) and told Hunk#4 and Chicklet they could each get a little chick while we were in Colorado 2 weeks ago. He told them they could keep the chicks for 28 days.
Now if they are female, I wouldn't mind trying them out to see what happens. But no one is building a coop, cage, henhouse, etc. So I will start calling my local friends to see who wants these little beasties.
I have this 'thing' with bags. I love them! I search high and low for them! But I can never seem to finish making one!
I finished this one! And it wasn't hard, it was easypeasy!
I had recently purchased this used brightly-striped canvas shower curtain at the thrift store and used that for the outside of the bag. For the lining, I used this cute all-over fliipflop fabric Kristi gave me last year. And the cool thing? It's reversible!
I attached one of my fabric flowers to the bag for more 'oohs & ahs'!