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Update on Computer repairs, Thank yous, and life….

Monday, May 15th, 2017

Thank you to everyone who has helped us get my laptop touch screen and wacom pen fixed after they were damaged during a 911 emergancy call (see previous post here: http://fithfath.com/farm/2017/05/08/need-help-with-laptop-damaged-during-medical-emergancy/ ) I know some of those who have helped are cautious about their real names, which are often attached to the paypal accounts, being […]

Need help with laptop damaged during Medical Emergancy

Monday, May 8th, 2017

A few weeks ago, my spouse was in the hospital.   It was in the middle of the night and our brilliant Service Dog, Mikołaj, woke me up– barking and literally dragging me out of bed by my sleeve.  I have a sleep disorder so its very hard to wake me up, but he did it.   When […]

Going to try getting this site active again…

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

Just finished filling out my NABSSAR membership form to get our Babydoll Sheep properly registered.  Then to start thinking about an order for spring chicks and ducklings; the flock needs some younger girls. No Tag

Little Duck is a Girl!

Sunday, November 6th, 2011

I forgot to mention, Little Duck (who is now officially being called “Duck Duck”) is a girl! She seemed quite proud of her first egg. Her second egg was a huge double-yolker. I’ve shared duck eggs now with a couple of people…. my mum hates them, but I love them for baking. They have larger […]

Meet our Sheep

Saturday, April 16th, 2011

Fozzie and Zeus.  They are Babydolls (Olde English South Down Sheep)… No Tag

Celebrating our first house with a first post at a new blog!

Sunday, February 13th, 2011

Welcome to my new blog!  I’ve been writing for over a decade about fancy rats (http://rodentfancy.com) and a couple years ago started collecting public domain clip art in a blog, just for fun (http://fithfath.com/images).  I’ve also been writing fiction (and fanfiction).  Now, it is time for a new blog, on a new topic:  suburban farming. […]