I feel like it’s been ages since I’ve posted anything. It could be my husband joking about how I’ve gotten myself sucked into the blogosphere, or maybe it was the stress of planning and executing my daughter’s 5th birthday party. Perhaps the fact that I’ve been the ultimate slacker where our chickens are concerned, falling victim to perfection’s evil brother “good enough”. We installed our gravity feeder, only to have to reach in and manually pull food out each morning and evening. The watering system exists, but only in my mind. It doesn’t do the chickens much good there.
We’ve been making slow progress on the downstairs bathroom remodel, tile is laid, grout is down, and now it’s just a few more hours of picking specks of grout out of the tiles with a tiny screw driver so it doesn’t drive me crazy for the next 30 years and we can seal it!
Instead of hitting any of these issues, I looked out the window into the rain and decided to brighten up our house with an art project. I found this cute site for making coffee filter butterflies and the kids were more than happy to join my painting party.
Water Color Paint kit (and water)
optional: Paper plates