Monday, March 20, 2017

Cluck-Cluck Hen

I can finally check something off my to-do bucket list.  I've always wanted to keep a flock of my own chickens.  It's been several weeks now since my manly man started to build me a small coop.  It was complete enough on Saturday that I went and got some hens.  All total I have 4 chickens, they are Red Star and Rhode Island Reds.

Still recovering after their traumatic capture and re-homing event, I've not gotten any eggs yet.

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Favorite Movie Houses Part Two

I do love me some good movie houses.  Since my last post, I have been keeping an eye out for such homes. 

A child of the 70's, I have always loved  The Brady Bunch.  I LOVE their house.  I even had a Cindy (barbie) doll.

 Living Room/Kitchen

Dining Area looking into breakfast area and kitchen

the house and garage

Dining area and stairs

 Mr. Brady's study and the Master bedroom

I love to watch movies that film in California.  I love California, it is such a beautiful state.  Gorgeous scenery.  California made popular the 'ranch' home movement in the 1960's.

I love the original Parent Trap and am a big fan of Hailey Mills.  I also loved Brian Keith as I've always thought he looked like my Dad and could play him in the movie version of my life :-)

I especially love the kitchen in this house.  It resembles so many of the kitchens in the houses we've rented the past 28 years.  This kitchen even contains my very own juicer!  It sits on the counter to the left of the coffee pots you see in this shot!

I also love Doris Day and her movies.  She was so stinking CUTE!  And she could sing.
This is the apartment from Please Don't Eat the Daisies.  I am not a fan of apartments myself.  I loved how this one was decorated. . . . .AND that kitchen!!

And the couch and chairs and library all around!
all the books, flowered drapes and beautiful Doris Day!
Wild At Heart. This last house is from a show we found on DVD from Netflix with Hailey Mills as the Grandmother.  The scenery was gorgeous!  This house is not real only a set house built on a game sanctuary in South Africa.  The first 3 seasons of the show were great and then it got a bit sappy and the story line much like that of a soap opera.  The scenery of the house interior and exterior= WONDERFUL!

 Hope you enjoyed Favorite Movie Houses Part 2