A Friday ritual: a single photo, unaccompanied by explanation, which captures “a simple, special, extraordinary moment…I want to pause, savor and remember.” ~SouleMama
If you’re inspired to do the same, leave a link to your ‘moment’ in the comments for all to find and see.
Oh my, a beautiful site indeed… 2 years! 2 years and we will have a small brood of our own. I cannot wait! Have a wonderful week-end dear Lila xo
LOL! I meant “sight”… not quite awake yet. 🙂
Thanks! Yes, eggs warm my heart, especially finding a pale green one in a nesting box…these were our first three! We’d had a lull in production from the ladies and it was making me sad; these are our first of the season for our customers! Ooo – I’m excited for you and your future chicken endeavors!!! They keep our kids entertained and changed our perspective on eggs permanently!!! I know they will do the same for you (although I’m sure you have similar thoughts on eggs/chickens already)! Have a great weekend!
Oh, we have 2 local farmers e buy our eggs from (but like you, production is down now so we go weeks without them unfortunately) and we can get fresh organic free-range eggs at the farmer’s market downtown and quail eggs too. We have pretty much given up on grocery store eggs. 🙂
We have big plans for transforming our shed in the back yard into a chicken coop/passive greenhouse over the next 12 months. Something like this :http://greenhousefarming.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/8/2013/09/chicken-coop-greenhouse-600×450.jpg
Isn’t it so weird when you do buy eggs at the grocery store (if you ever do…we had to at Thanksgiving, which was anathema to us!). Oh, LOVE IT! That will be so awesome – looking forward to reading about your progress!!!
The egg colors are so stunning! Isn’t it wonderful that the simplest things can be so beautiful?
Beautiful! Our production is down too, but we are finding a few eggs every day, blue, pink, green and brown 🙂 Happy weekend.
Oh what a beautiful photo – I love all the different colours, especially the greens. I’d love to have our own chickens one day but we’d need a bit more space first!