I had my coffee outside with the chickens this morning. I didn't give them any of my coffe, you understand. They were just there.
So was Chloe. She is not allowed outside except when one of us is right there.
She's a little too fond of "the wild".
Bruno keeps a close watch on everything.
He's such a good boy! He's a good chicken-herder, too. LOL He really does a great job of putting them back into their pen.
And yes, Susan, I'm afraid those are the ginger lilies, yet again. At least they were not as overgrown as last year, but that's a lot of clean up waiting to be done. If you click on the picture you should be able to enlarge it and if you look carefully - you'll see Chloe near the center and Bruno's nose far right.
I have an old metal dog crate in the chicken yard onto which I have piled some of the leaves and pine needles and litter from the chicken yard. There is also a lot of it inside the crate. The chickens like this since now they can be "King (or Queen as the case may be) of the Hill". There are six of them on it right now looking toward my window. And Ray is crowing. Endlessly amusing. AND.... they've started laying. We've gathered a grand total of five eggs over the past few days! Yippee!
And I got more done on the latest quilt top last night. All of it except that bottom row is sewn together. I really need a bigger design wall. There's just no place to put one. Oh, well.
It is overcast here right now with a wonderful breeze. I LOVE this time of year.
I hope you are having a beautiful day where you are, too!
Hugs and kisses,