At last, the sun has come along
The coldest days are over
And life is like a song
Oh, yeah, at last
The skies above are blue
My yard is wrapped up in clovers
The sunlight feels good too…
Oh, and then the spell was cast
And here we are in heaven
For the sun will shine
(With apologies to Etta James 😉 )
Sadly, I think if I want a lawn this year I will have to get out there and replant it. The winter was just too harsh and not much but weeds and daffodils have survived it. Ahem, and much as I love my chickens, I will need to put up the electric poultry fence to keep them from eating all the seeds!!!
And poor Little Red Hen…
Little Red is finding the sunshine particularly comforting this morning.
She has lost about 75 percent of her feathers so far this spring and got an eye infection to boot! I took her to the vet in Tennessee yesterday and now she gets eye salve three times a day to clear it up. Gasp! But every time I pick her up more feathers fall out! Thankfully, they are growing in quickly and the weather is going to be warmer for the next few days.
Is it warming up where you are?
2 thoughts on “At Last”
Hi! I came across this, and it occurred to me that it would work well to keep your chickens safely toasty all winter long.
This is a very interesting concept! I think I would like to ‘test drive’ it on my green house to see how well I can regulate the temperature before I try it on my girls. Thanks DD!