Sunday, April 04, 2010

Happy Easter

Rain and even puddles!

We may get snow today. I guess we will have to wait and see because the forecasts keep changing.

Kristine and I will be staying home while Tom visits with the family.

I'll add to this post later...

it's later... a big storm has blown in with noisy winds, but not much rain yet.

It is snowing!

Kristine and I are feeling a little better. I made chicken soup.

(March 4, 2009)
Easter last year.
(these 2009 photos will enlarge if you click on them.)

[3 eggs today]

~:>
Smile

12 comments:

Gail said...

Snow is a dirty word around here. I have had enough.

Hope you miss the snow and your day is beautiful.

diane said...

Callie, I can't quite work out your family. You have two daughters Kathleen and Christine, Kathleen has Jaidan. Who does Tom belong to?

Deb said...

Happy Easter Callie,
Snow? Yikes!! I like to think we are done with snow for this year. I am enjoying the warm temps wayyyyy to much. lol......

Enjoy your day :)

~Kim~ said...

HI Callie! I've been gone for a couple of days and am getting caught up on your blog--I'm sorry to hear that 2 and 4 legged family members aren't feeling well--I hope everyone is on the mend, and you are doing well too!! I hope your weather gets better too--We continue to have good weather here in Virginia---I'll trade you good weather for some of your eggs! :-)

Take care!!

Jennifer said...

Happy Easter...

Missy AKA Little Messy Missy said...

Happy Easter!

lisa said...

Happy Easter, Callie. I hope you are having a nice day with Kristine!

dirtyduck said...

ha i clucked this one

Deorsa said...

Snow would be so exciting!

That chicken Coop is amazing! - but i don;t know how i'd feel about the chooks having a more fancy home then me. I thinking about building them a nice mudbrick number later on in the year.

Lynda said...

I hope that you had a lovely Easter ! And as we don't get it here - the snow sounds nice to an African like me, too ....

Jeri Landers said...

Not long ago you posted about huegelkulture. I had to plant 2 large old wheelbarrows with flowers and so I decided to use this method, instead of wasting all that good soil. I used gravel in the bottom and then filled up with twigs, branches and other garden debris, then I used the composted soil. I will report later on how it worked out.

DayPhoto said...

For some reason winter Does Not Want to LEAVE!!!

I hope you get to feeling better soon.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com