We all spent the day together. First we visited my mum, then had lunch, cooked Rhonwyn's dinner, some anzac biscuits and as Rhonwyn's a hairdresser she gave us both a trim and a colour for Sarah.I helped Rhonnie with her knitting. She's making a little pair of pants for the baby and needed help increasing.It was lovely spending the day with them. I usually see Rhonwyn once or twice a week but I do miss the other 2 who both live in Melbourne. Sarah's coming to stay tomorrow night but leaves early Monday morning. Not nearly long enough. She is hoping to get back in late November for the baby shower. I hope so!
When I got home I could hear a cheeping sound on the verandah next to the door. A hen has been sitting on eggs for exactly 21days and the first of them has hatched.
|Can you see it? It's so tiny.It's just there above the egg. The first bantam chicks I've had. She nested in the onion basket.|
The WWOOFer is cooking dinner tonight, so it's nice to have a little time to catch up on my posts. They have been a little less frequent these days due to added pressures that always occur around this time of year on the farm, so I do apologise.