One of the things
My head is spinning. Is yours?
OR, you can just keep doing whatever you're doing to get yourself here. I would miss you if you didn't.
One other thing I'm trying is to provide excerpts of my posts down the page so when you visit you can read the beginning of the post and then hop over it (and other ones) if you're not interested in the content (that never happens, right?). How it works is this...you will start reading a post and then boom! it will stop, but below the stop will be a link that says, "Click here to continue reading". If you click that, you'll be taken to the rest of the post.
Let's practice. Guess what happened here last night!!
We had a chick hatch! It's been a full two years since one of our hens has gone broody. We knew she was setting but we weren't sure if any of the (five) eggs would hatch out. It's a tough world out there, you know. Well, one did and momma and chick have been moved from the hen house to their own private chicken tractor where they can love on each other in peace.
See that little brown head sticking out from under her wing?
I miss newborns...sigh....
As far as commenting issues go (I know some of you have them and it breaks my heart), major changes in blogger comments seem to be major pains in the behind. So. We're leaving things as they are for now and hopefully the reminder to chose a profile under the comment box will help.
If it seems like I'm explaining this stuff to all of you as if you're kindergarteners, it's only because *I* would need it explained to me in this way. So please don't be offended. And thanks for being patient with me as I try to get current. It just doesn't come naturally. Well, since I feel like my head is in the sand most of the time.
I also moved some stuff from the right-hand column onto the "Pages" just below the header picture including the list of what we grow. I also updated our "Favorites" page (books, music, etc. that we love). Feedback regarding all the changes is welcome, by the way.
Have a wonderful weekend, friends, and to those of you on the east coast, I'll be thinking of you and praying for your safety as Irene passes through. Pin It