Here’s what c. designed. I’m pondering what image to use for mine! (Will work for Zunes as well as video game gadgets and some computer stuff.) Use code 25DM at checkout for a discount.
It’s been a while, hasn’t it? This post is not for the faint of heart. I will try to be nebulous in my description.
The chickens are about 18 weeks old now. The roosters had learned to crow. It’s just about time for eggs, and, uh, I don’t need any more chickens. So my flock has shrunk from 6 to 4. (You do not need roosters in order to get eggs. The hens will lay, regardless. You only need roosters if you want babies.)
A friend of mine came over to teach me how to, uh, do the deed. I thought it would be very disturbing but it wasn’t. Quick, humane, done. [Details upon request.] I don’t see myself doing that a lot, because frankly, I just wanted 3-4 hens for eggs and *later* meat, and that’s what I’ve got now. That should last 2-3 years until egg production drops off.
On a lighter note, hopefully we’ll see the first egg before Christmas!
Two conversations at my house.
C: I need some information.
J: OK, whatcha need?
C: I need to know the boiling point of ammonia.
C: Because I’m designing a solar array.
c: If you’re truly invisible, light would not be able to bounce off of your retina, so technically you would be blind.
C: Hmm, that sounds about right.
J: I would rather be a shift-shaper like Mystique [X-Men]. Or fly.
I think I’m just ready for this year to be over. Not to wish away time, but jesus, the past little bit has been hard.
But the good – GREAT – news is that I will finally see some of *my* family at Christmas, hooray!!