Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Some Chicken Love

Today's post gives you some Chicken Love! 
Let's face it.  A person cannot be sad when a chicken is around.  They are so busy...doing what chickens do. 
Pecking, picking, drinking and chasing each other off from a delectable morsel is just cute behavior. 
 
Cute makes humans happy!

White One - Belle ~ Brown One - Buffie ~ Black One - Hattie

Buffie

Buffie

Hattie

Hattie and Buffie at the feeder

Buffie

Monday, July 25, 2016

Fence Post With a View - 20 in a Series Review

Fence Post with a View #1 - Photo Credit:  Sherone Taylor

Fence Post with a View #2 - Photo Credit:  Sherone Taylor

Fence Post with a View #3 - Photo Credit:  Sherone Taylor

Fence Post with a View #4 - Photo Credit:  Sherone Taylor

Fence Post with a View #5 - Photo Credit:  Sherone Taylor

Fence Post with a View #6 - Photo Credit:  Sherone Taylor

Fence Post with a View #7 - Photo Credit:  Sherone Taylor

Fence Post with a View #8- Photo Credit:  Sherone Taylor

Fence Post with a View #9 - Photo Credit:  David Dale Pinter

Fence Post with a View #10 - Photo Credit:  David Dale Pinter


Fence Post with a View #11  - Photo Credit:  David Dale Pinter

Fence Post with a View #12 - Photo Credit:  Sherone Taylor

Fence Post with a View #13 - Photo Credit:  Sherone Taylor

Fence Post with a View #14 - Photo Credit:  Sherone Taylor

Fence Post with a View #15 - Photo Credit:  Sherone Taylor

Fence Post with a View #16 - Photo Credit:  Sherone Taylor

Fence Post with a View #17 - Photo Credit:  David Dale Pinter

Fence Post with a View #18 - Photo Credit:  David Dale Pinter

Fence Post with a View #19 - Photo Credit:  David Dale Pinter

Fence Post with a View #20 - Photo Credit:  Ron Taylor

Fence Post with a View is a Photo Series that highlights the beauty of the State of Wyoming.  Readers may also see glimpses of the travels of the author.  Guest Photographers are welcome to submit photos.  Submissions may be emailed to annapearlsattic@yahoo.com .  Please include a brief description of the picture and who the photo credit should be given to.  Photos must have a clearly visible fence post in them.  Photos do not have to be in the State of Wyoming. At this time, we are unable to pay for submissions.

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Fence Post with a View #27

Bear River at Bear River State Park, Evanston, WY.  Photo Credit:  David Dale Pinter

Friday, July 15, 2016

The Scottish Pretender

If we are going to have a Scottish Pretender for President of the United States of America, let's at least make sure that he is a good actor.  It doesn't hurt that he is very attractive, as well!

Dinna Fash, America! 
Write in....James Alexander Malcolm McKenzie Fraser for President!

Monday, June 27, 2016

How I Spent My Saturday

Please help me in welcoming the newest member of Anna Pearls Attic and the Tiny Taylor Ranch....Mr. and Mrs. Jake and Abbi Taylor.  Hitched on June 25th, 216.  My baby boy is a married man!

 
 

Monday, June 20, 2016

Fence Post with a View #26

Piedmont Kilns - East of Evanston, WY - Photo Credit:  Carlos Vasquez
For more information about the Historic Piedmont Kilns, visit Piedmont Charcoal Kilns Historic Site

Fence Post with a View is a Photo Series that highlights the beauty of the State of Wyoming.  Readers may also see glimpses of the travels of the author.  Guest Photographers are welcome to submit photos.  Submissions may be emailed to annapearlsattic@yahoo.com .  Please include a brief description of the picture and who the photo credit should be given to.  Photos must have a clearly visible fence post in them.  Photos do not have to be in the State of Wyoming. At this time, we are unable to pay for submissions.

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

You Walked Away

We lost a good friend on the Homestead last week.  I have been trying to think of how to honor a cat.  Missy has been in our lives for 19 years.  She has been an outside cat all of those years. 

She has been on many adventures with our family.  A few years back, she rode to town in the engine of my husband's truck.  After spending a few days roaming around town, she ended up on the back porch of a former neighbor's house.  We were so happy to have her back with us.


To honor our dear friend, please enjoy this poem written in her honor.





You Just Walked Away
By Sherone Taylor
 
You just walked away
No notice, no words
Orange tail twitching.
 
A splotch of white
In a field somewhere
Under a fallen limb?
 
No noise to tell us
You might need help
With your dying.
 
Nearly twenty years
You meowed “NOW!
Feed Me Now!”
 
Today, you walked away
No notice, no words
To save our sorrow.