Friday, February 26, 2010

Waiting on Spring

Well I am all ready for Spring, even though it was 26 degrees
this morning, I am in the South so not expecting it to be this cold.
When Spring comes we are getting chickens, my dh has been building
this portable chicken coop, needs more paint and the fencing then
we will be ready to get them.
I love fresh eggs, and I bake really often and use many eggs so it
will be super to have fresh eggs, corn fed chickens are gret, I did have
them once before, but something killed them all, that is why this time it
will all be fenced in.
Well hope your weekend is a fabulous one, we want finish the coop, 
then of course Sunday will be church, and we do not do much on Sunday.
So my dear friends, enjoy this biscuits I made just for you, and join me
again real soon.


heartfelt living said...

Hi sweet friend,
Your bicuits look yummy! My husband and I have been thinking about getting a few chickens as well. We have an auction here in March that offers chickens, goats, ducks and bunnies.
What would be better than fresh eggs!!!
Have a great weekend.

Barbara said...

Thanks, and thanks for stopping by, yes I am really excited about those fresh eggs now, sure are good. I want some ducks for my pond too, maybe in the spring too. Hugs

Dee said...

Yum! I would love to have one of your biscuits with some fresh honey! My Son has a few chickens and some guinea hens. I laughed every time I saw the guinea hens. They are so comical. They use them to eat ticks out of the yard. Right now my son has two many roosters. LOL. They are brazen little guys, :) Have a restful weekend. Dee

Barbara said...

Yeah them roosters can be a real pain, I am only getting hens, that way my chickens will keep all their feathers, lol good seeing you Dee.. Come get ya biscuit, still some left,

Cathy said...

I live in the south too, NC, and am also ready for spring! Yum, your biscuits look so good. I only eat whole wheat toast. I remember my Daddy cooking milky gravy. That was our special breakfast, gravy on toast.

Grammy Blick said...

Our daughter has chickens in a walk-in pen she and her father built. We've learned a lot over the last five years and loved having fresh eggs available. But last spring some THING found a way in a slaughtered. We will begin again this spring, too.

There's nothing better than hot bread and butter. Biscuits make it so quick and easy!

Dee said...

Hi Barbara, Glad you stopped by to visit my Oodles Of Doodles :) I have been to Romulus seeral times. I live 10 miles West of Ithacca, between Mt. Pleasant and Lansing. :)

Barbara said...

That is cool Dee, and Grammy something got mine before too, about 30 of them.. Screened in this time, nothing gonna get um..

Terri said...

Those biscuits look delcious! Nice a fluffy. :-)

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Hi Barbara, well, I do hope you get some warmer weather very soon!

Thanks for your lovely comments on Bella make me smile.

Blessings, Barb ♥