Good morning from the mountain. It has been a long time since I have taken time to write. Alot has happened over the past year, well 6 months even. My oldest grandson was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma. The tumors in his neck are to big for radiation. He starts treatment as soon as he gets all his teeth removed June1st. They are afraid the combo of chemo and infection will kill him. Which of course we are trying to avoid. Prayers are always welcome his name is Damion he is only 20 years old. My son Nick had to have a shunt revision in April, not sure it if its better or worse in some aspects. But on to greater news.. grandchild #12 will be here in 6 weeks, another little girl. so that's exciting.
The farm is alive and kicking. 21 goats, 36 chickens, 8 guinea hens,6 turkeys, 9 pullet chick, 6 meat birds(this batch) 6 bantam hen(now to get a broody one) 5 pigs and 1 horse, rabbits depends on the day right now5 adults,5 babies, (outside) inside, 1 baby rabbit, and 3 guinea pigs, 7 dogs and a house cat,, feel like I am missing some one... Waiting for the temperature to finally stay above freezing so we can plant the gardens,,we had snow last week....
Not sure how the rest of the world is doing but ticks this year are so terrible, we are picking 30 at a time off us never mind the animals. Never have seen them so bad.
But on a good note the sun is shining today, the weather is suppose to be nice. I have to work at the race track tonight cooking. Excited about that. Avon is doing great,,, making more friends one campaign at a time. I do have a E-Store where you can go and check out all the things Avon has, open 24/7 www.youravon.com/dduquette
Avon has changed so much, the product line is awesome, its not just about skin care and make up any more..
Well Off to refill the coffee cup, and get chores done, deliver eggs....
Have a great day..
aka---The Simple Farm Girl