I have been cleaning up the house because I will have engineers here on Friday to inspect and prepare our roof for solar panels. Yippee!!! I am so excited. They have to go up in the attic to make sure the roof can hold the load and install an anchor for the technicians to hook up to, to prevent a fall from the roof during installation.
As the installation requires a few county inspections, we've been warned that our garage (my sewing room) may be full of panels and equipment for a while so I have been working to set up a temporary sewing area in the TV room. Woot! This winter I'll be sewing in warmth and style as I watch my favorite shows Once Upon A Time, Revolution, and reruns of Mad Men. <Smile>
|Queenie, 3 months ago...|
In the coop things have been a little too exciting. My little roo Queenie started seeing me as a threat this week so I am working on ways to avoid upsetting him again. So far, walking out backwards or shoving something yummy in front of him seems to be working...
|Queenie this week.|
I hope he chills out. He can really pinch skin with his beak. Ouch!
My young hens are amazing. They'll be 6 months old this week and today I got 13 eggs. That's a record for our little hen house. The ladies are averaging a dozen eggs every day.
In the sewing room, I am behind a bit in my Thimbleberries Quilt Club. I have to make 120 flying geese rectangles for a mystery scrap quilt, so I guess I better say goodbye for now and get back to work so I can get them done before Saturday...
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