Saturday, May 20, 2006

Saturday--It's gettin hot in here!

Hey J-landers.....that almost sounds like Ann Landers LOL!!  Here's some pics of the farm.  Well shoot....there was pics of the flowers and the new duck and turkeys...I'll have to go find them in my camera and download them later.  If you look closely you can see that Nanny has a lot of blooms.

Nanny called to say "I'm frying chicken, so come on".  Her fried chicken is my favorite, only she had just legs.  Not my fav.  My DH & Step Dad had took off to get a new mallard duck and came back with 2 fat turkeys!  One was so fat she could hardly walk!  Can you say "stuffing"????  I can't....I won't eat them outta the yard like that...never have been able to.  Guess that once I've named them I just can't go there!

My Nanny is cool....I give her such a hard time!  Every Spring and Summer and Fall if she can, she makes us take the "Garden Tour" of all her I don't see them everyday anyway!  Hello.....I live next door.  OK so it is 1000 feet away, but still.

Tara and Tom followed my Mom & step Dad over to the beach house.  T&T were going fishing but that was a bust.  They say maybe tomorrow.

I stayed home to put the shelves in my new bookcase; wash/dry laundry.  I even tryed to play a few tunes on the old pianny, boy am I outta practice! a/c is having to work overtime for's actually HOT in here!  Had to sit here at my puter for a while to cool down.  It's only 83 outside....gee, must be having flashes LOL!!!  No, wait, I had that stuff removed in January.......hmmmmmm. 

OK, back to the grind ....TTYL!!!!


randlprysock said...

Hi Sharon,
Glad you are having some R & R time around the house!  I loved pics of nanny's farm!!  You are so lucky to have her next door to help with Tara and invite you over for fried chicken!!  That sounds good.  Maybe I will make some soon.  My hubby loves loves loves fried chicken.  Hugs,

jckfrstross said...

LOL looks like a fun time i love fried chicken but not the legs ugh..i like the white meat wishbone and breasts have a goo weekend


madcobug said...

What a wonderful Nanny you have, She certainly doesn't look her age. Helen

bookncoffee said...

That is so funny about the garden tour.  Thanks for sharing the pictures.

allisonm96 said...

ah, i dream of what you have there! living on a! your nanny doesnt look 83 at all...we should all be so lucky at her age. i feel that heat too....its rough....enjoy the rest of your weekend!

pennietoonz said...

Love the pics. It`s still cool here in Ohio, but the rain and hail has finally stopped!

xxroxymamaxx said...

I love the pics!  And how funny about the turkeys!  I would love to live out in the country.  Someday!  Hugs and GBU, Shelly

mastersblynn said...

Okay we are going to play trading houses.  I love your farm! Barbara  And just think!  YOu will be getting the woods and my little bitty teeny tiny excuse for a watermelon patch!  How lucky are you?

queeniemart said...

83? That woman looked 40 if a day. You have good genes. I loved seeing the farm silo!! Grandma is just proud of her flowers and wants to show them off. Rick LOVES chicken legs.
Love,lisa jo

oquinn2004 said...

She is 83???  GO NANNY!!  Does living on a farm keep you looking that young?? If so I want to know where you live so I can  I have never been on a real farm I am so in the big cities all my life.  Share more pictures if you have them I would love to see more!!!


imgr8phil said...

I really liked the pictures of the farm.  Have a good Sunday.


sugarsweet056 said...

TY for visiting & commenting in my journal, hope you come again!
I loved the pics, when I was living back in TX, I had dwarf goats, bantums, guineas, mallards & white pekings. I loved it!!!!! :)  Sure miss that life!

sugarsweet056 said...

PS Did you know the "thanks for stopping by" you have in your all about me section, was orig made for my furr baby journal by Roxy! Glad to see some one else can use it!!! :)