This morning at breakfast I celebrated the fact that Doris has started to lay again!
Doris had taken some time out over Christmas to reorganise her feathers.
Hulanicki is still too busy fussing over her spring wardrobe to even think about resuming production.
Peggy MBE, my rescue chicken, however has a tremendous work ethic and has been laying all winter.So, two eggs a day now and I’m hoping that will soon increase to four.
And of all my fowl I think she is the one, like dog owners who resemble their dogs, that I have an affinity with. She’s a neat brown bird with a black head and tail... and we converse in German. Take note, regularly speaking more than one language can apparently delay the onset of Alzheimers by up to five years. There is method in my madness!