Month: October 2017

Preserving Fall’s Glory

Preserving Fall’s Glory

It looks to be that this is the last week of warmth for Ohio. Fall has finally arrived. But just as quickly as she sweeps in, wooing us with her colors and smells, she’s gone, leaving us all wishing we had paid her just a […]

Empty Nesting

Empty Nesting

Friends. I am a woman in mourning. My geese have left me. They’re still breathing mind you, but its pairing season and apparently, this Momma Goose is no longer fulfilling their needs. Leave and cleave – or something like that. Our geese originally came from […]

For the Love of Faverolles

For the Love of Faverolles

Im a full-fledged bird lady. When we first got chickens, we lived on a tiny city lot just a few miles from Toledo’s downtown. The kids and I spent our mornings watching their crazy antics, their fights over worms and apple peels, and constantly replaced […]