Everyday Life

Watching for daddy.  (Notice the chewed wood trim to the left of Oliver)
What are some of your visions of "everyday life"? What things would remind you of this moment in time? Take photos of those ordinary moments to cherish in years to come.

Poor Em.  He wants to be with me wherever I go.

Jay's home!

The flower beds are coming along.  This one is full of raspberry canes.

The foster babies new "digs".

Poor Allie.  Mr. Clyde likes her so much that she no longer has tail feathers.

Chicken waterer "must haves": electrolytes, vinegar, sponge and brush.

Sweet Oliver with his "please let me go in the living room" look.

Chicken Air Conditioner


Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Hi Staci, You're right ...it's those every day moments that make such wonderful memories. Love your photo's...the 'boys' look like they could be a real handful...they've got that look in their eyes! Your veggie garden looks like it's doing really well..wish we could say the same but all the rain we had over the long weekend has ended some of our squash and both watermelon plants and some of the pumpkins. The tomatoes aren't looking that good either! Hopefully with the hot sunny weather we're to get starting tomorrow things will start looking better. My barred rock hen Licorice looks like your little girl only mine still has her tail feather...poor girls. I love my rooster Romeo though. Right now he's putting up with a bunch of Buff Orpington cockrels which are actually our meat birds...the poor boy is constantly running after them as they try to get a little too friendly with his girls! I hope you have a wonderful Tuesday....Maura :)

Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

Thanks Maura. Yes, they are a little bit of a handful, but not too bad. Sorry about your garden - we've had the opposite of you it seems, we've had very warm weather.

maggie said...

Fantastic photos! My daughter recently reminded me that I haven't been photo-documenting our life the way I used to. I've been trying to get back to it as we really enjoy looking back through our old pics.

Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

Thanks Maggie. It's hard to remember to capture the everyday things, but those are the things that will strike your memory of a funny story, the smell of something cooking, or evoke a feeling.