24 January 2012

Chats on the Farmhouse Porch 27: #19



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Kimberly asks: How long have you blogged?

I started blogging on Blogger almost a year ago with my blog called One Thousand Gifts.

Lana asks:What is the most difficult part of taking care of chickens?

I don't have chickens, so I don't have a clue. But, if I had them here, the hardest part of taking care of them would be keeping them out of the cats' mouths, I imagine.

Susannah asks: Would you prefer to live where it's hot or cold?

Cold! But, I am stuck in a place that is as hot at the boogeyman's place most of the year.

Farm Girl asks: What sort of things are you looking forward to in 2012?

I am looking forward to continued progress on my family tree and family history. I am also looking forward to filling all of the photo requests that have come my way.

Dreaming asks: What's for dinner?

We'll probably have something involving eggs, but at the moment I am not sure what.

10 comments:

  1. I love making breakfast for dinner, eggs and sausage usually!

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    1. Bacon is our piggy part of choice, but sausage is good, too. :)

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  2. Eggs are wonderful food items..so quick and delicious - always. Thanks to those chickens!

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    1. Chickens are pretty cool critters. :)

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  3. I would appreciate a little winter too. Just to have the seasonal changes would be fabulous! I'm about to start my family tree- my uncle on my dad's side has done that one but he's going to help me do my mom's side! I too excited!

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    1. I think that I miss the change of seasons the most being here. I miss the leaves changing colors in the fall.

      I hope that you have a fun time with your family tree. How far back have you gone on your dad's side. Let me know how it goes, OK? I would love to read all about it. :)

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  4. I left you an award on my blog. You have to check out todays post for more details! xo

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    1. Thanks, Tami! I appreciate that very much. :)

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  5. Just coming back to tell you that I didn't have any baklava - it's too sweet for me. But I have never heard of it being made with cashews. It is more traditional to use walnuts. But maybe that doesn't help you. I had a lovely bean soup called Fasolada and a Greek salad.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by again. :)

      I had never heard of it with cashews, either, so I didn't even check the ingredient label before we bought it (which I should *always* do because of my allergies). If I had, we wouldn't have bought it. David says that I didn't miss anything by not eating this particular batch. I've never had any problems with walnuts or pecans or peanuts. I had eaten cashews for years, too, with no problem. Then, the last time that I ate them, my lips swelled up really huge, cracked open, and were generally stinky and disgusting. It might have been just a fluke, but I'm scared to death to take the chance again.

      Your supper sounds like it was very nice. I'll have to look up a recipe for this bean soup. Have a great day!

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