I have decided to raise chickens for eggs and meat. (The thought was, we're feeding enough dang birds it's time for them to feed us!) Anyway, we happened to find a guy in Payson selling the exact kind of chick I wanted. Plymouth Rock. (that's a dual purpose breed of chicken, good layers and broilers) We went and bought 10, he threw in 2 extra, so we've got 12 chickens growing nice and fat. Cougar fell in love with the smallest one and named her Scwubbly. (I'm guessing at the spelling) It's the first name he's ever come up with without any help. By the way, this is the face he makes now whenever he says cheese so be prepared to see it a lot more.
Mark helped a bird guy friend of his build something and the friend gave him some geese and ducks. Just what we need, more birds! One of the geese is just a fuzzy baby and we named it Cotton.
I got married to Mark Davis in January of 2004 became a mommy in May of 2005. I stay at home and raise our sweet (most of the time) son Cougar. I am patiently awaiting the arrival of our second bundle of joy. (Due in October)
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This is a system I wholeheartedly believe in! It is slowly, but surely changing my life. I have never been a good housekeeper and am perpetually unorganized, but my kitchen and living room have been pretty much spotless for almost a month (and it's spreading to the rest of the house). Check out what she says, try it, all of it and see what happens in your home.