December 17, 2014
A couple of years ago, the kids and I made edible Easter terrariums and they were a huge hit. We had so much fun that we decided to make ones for Christmas this year. We couldn’t decide on the theme so we made three edible holiday terrariums – a woodland gingerbread cottage scene, a candy …

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December 15, 2014
  Fudge is a holiday classic around here and we love to make during this time of year as gifts for friends and family treats. This recipe is easy and you can certainly substitute any type of chocolate chips. Try your own combinations including mint chips, butterscotch, semi-sweet chocolate and white chocolate. Our favorite is …

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December 13, 2014
Welcome and happy holidays to you my friends! Tis the season to get a little festive and I’ve got a wonderful gift package for you this week. It’s filled with beautiful wintry notecards and peppermint spa goodies! My dear friend Deb from Dandelion House has the most darling coop! This is one of my favorite images …

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December 8, 2014
From the perspective of a chicken:  Did you just scatter scratch on the ground? Let me peck that! Did you happen to see that bit of poo stuck on the back of your feathers? Let me peck that! Did you see that gorgeous head of lettuce growing in the garden? Let me peck that! Do …

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December 6, 2014
Today I am so excited to launch this holiday giveaway from the amazing and ever so talented Sarah Hudock of chickenart.com. Deck out your tree this year with these three gorgeous tin ornaments. Each ornament comes with a felt backing and matching plaid ribbon. This first ornament is one of Sarah’s very first holiday designs …

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December 4, 2014
A quiet moment taken through the glass of the coop door of Ginny, our Golden Laced Wyandotte The first eggs are beginning to arrive. A couple of weeks ago, I caught  Ginny, our Golden Laced Wyandotte in the nesting box. Sure enough as suspected, she was laying an egg. For the past week, we have …

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December 1, 2014
Happy December first. Today is an unusually beautiful sunny day in the sixties here on Cape Cod. Last week we had some cooler temperatures in the lower forties and high thirties but today is a very good bee day. The honeybees were so happy to have the sun warm their hives. In fact, the activity …

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November 28, 2014
I have long been a fan of Bainbridge Farm Goods. Located on beautiful Bainbridge Island just off the coast of Washington state, Susan’s small business captures the natural beauty of chickens, bees, goats, dogs and horses on lovely weatherproof signs. What emerged from a love of the outdoors, came a business that was recently a …

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Sharing an inspired life from the New England seaside. Chickens, Bees, Gardens, Art and Yummy Goodness.