this is Sheilagh, garden goddess
the chooks don't pay her any mind
Hello Jan~ My oldest granddaughter's name is SARAH also! Beautiful name!Oh such a pretty knitted hat! It is lovely!Sarah is a lucky gal! ♥♥♥
Now, don't take this the wrong way, and keep it from Jackmo entirely, but, I tie flies, you know...hooks for fishing. That hobby uses feathers and fur of various types. Jackmo has some of the finest plumage I've seen...professionally speaking. However, it's all his to keep. I'm just admiring from afar in a clinical sorta way? All is safe.Best Regards, GalenImagineering Fiction Blog
Liz - yes, I love the name Sarah too. We sometimes call her Sally which I also adore. In my first run of kids I had two boys, the seond was going to be called Sarah but instead is a Calvin.Galen! I would happily send you some feathers! We kept some of the ones from the roosters who had to leave this mortal coil and I'm sure I could take the odd one from Jackmo - which sort do you use? His flights aren't totally in yet nor his plumes but he is one gorgeoso lovely. Hope he stays sweet or it'll be all feathers and mcnuggets for him!
Hello from the mother of a Sarah! I adore chickens and I love your garden goddess.Elspeth
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