Sorry!

I’m so sorry that I haven’t posted lately, in fact this is my first post of 2019 I believe. I just really wanted to apologize that I haven’t posted for a while, I’ve been SUPER busy. I really shouldn’t blame it on my time, because I can definitely make a schedule or something, and yet I don’t but here’s some of the things that are making me so busy:

  1. Band stuff is like my life. The theme for our next show is 80’s.
  2. Homeschool. I’ve been trying to catch up lately because I am a bit behind.
  3. Hamsters! If you’ve been here for long enough, you may remember that my hamster Humphrey passed away 😭😭 so recently I’ve been researching Roborovski hamsters because I want to try those out. And this time I’m paying for everything, including a new bin cage. So be on the lookout in the next month or so for a hamster post.
  4. Chickens and eggs. Every Sunday I have to wash our chicken’s eggs and we get 70-80 a week, and I have to dry them and put them in cartons. I remember one time when I waited like a week and a half before I washed eggs and we had like 110. That was so dreadful.
  5. Cold weather and chickens β€”our chicken’s water heater is failing in the low temperatures so I have to go out and check it every few hours to make sure it’s not frozen.

There’s much more but I truly don’t have time to say EVERYTHING. But you get the point.

I’ll try to post more πŸ˜€

– Christina πŸ˜›

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16 thoughts on “Sorry!

  1. You really have been busy!! Yay for 80’s music and new hamsters!! We’re behind in homeschool, too since we took like almost the entire month of December off. Oops… I would love to hear your band!

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    1. Oh! I took December off, too! There’s a project that I forgot I was supposed to be taking notes on…
      Just remember that you don’t have to do exactly what the curriculum says. When I started homeschooling, I didn’t exactly get that it didn’t have to be perfect. It’s also hard because my siblings are still in public school.
      My bands are doing really good and I’m excited that I get to do the guitar solo in one of the songs because I’m usually rhythm guitar. I just love the feeling of knowing how to play the songs well now.
      Good luck homeschooling and everything else, Michelle! πŸ™‚

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    1. It depends how many you keep and who you ask. I have 12 chickens, and I used to be the only one taking care of them. All I have to do is let them outside in the morning (optional) feed them if it’s getting low, change their water every day (also optional, it depends on their drinker) and in the evening collect eggs. I do like to spend time with them a lot though, but you don’t have to πŸ™‚ chickens are like family if you get to know them and it’s completely worth it especially with the eggs.

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      1. Good, I’ve always wanted to try Rhode Island Reds but we ended up getting a hybrid breed of Rhode Island Red and Delaware hens. One thing about Rhode Island Reds is that they can potentially be broody. But our chickens have never been broody! (Though Ethel spends most of the day in her nesting box, she’s not broody.)
        I feel like once you get chickens (if you do) she’ll like them more. Before we got chickens, we didn’t think we’d love them like we do now. But now they’re like family and their eggs are definitely paying off πŸ˜€

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