Tuesday, 24 February 2009

Just when you think they have moved out!

His Nibs made a special journey yesterday, he went and collected first born from Uni. The course was not right for her she wants to be more hands on, so having done her research she can go to night school in September and achieve a much more satisfying role for her, we are all so different how we learn. So footy boy has moved out of his room and into the caravan with rugby boy! He didn't complain so I am wondering if he thinks he has done a favour there is a good chance he may get a better prezzie in his birthday ummmm. But thinks are moving on plastering takes forever to dry and can only paint when plaster is dry! Only 10 weeks until our first holiday guests arrive, crikey and we are still living in the cottage double crikey.

We have just hatched 3 chicks and two more are cracking through their shells as we speak I love the hatching it never ceases to amaze me! Hopefully they are not all males.

8 comments:

claire p said...

Glad the house is finally coming together, it takes so long doesn't it? Plastering makes such a diffrence, it suddenly looks like a home again. Ten weeks is ages, you'll get there.

Dusty Spider said...

Never mind Frankie, kids go when they're ready. So long as they're happy eh?
PS Thanks for following my blog. Love your tales of Cornwall. Flick xx

Lane said...

Oooh new chicks!

And only 10 weeks until guests? You'll do it. Once the plastering is dry, you're on the home straight.

Berthddu Suit said...

Oh Lord, I hope you get it all done Frankie!! Pop over and see Don's latest post http://aviewfromthegreenbarn.blogspot.com/2009/03/stars-are-out.html for an interesting sexing technique!!

Mercedes. said...

Glad the house is nearly done. Good luck with your guests and what will the old fella do once all the work outside is done? I hope he won't be getting under your feet dear. Written on my blog, so go have a luck. Will try and keep it coming more quickly. Really crap at this. x

Frankies' Cornish Farmyard Ramblings said...

thanks for the comments, once I am back in the house I will feel more at ease, I am at the juggling balls, so to speak stage!
Frankie

auntiegwen said...

Just think how lovely it'll be when it's done, it'll all be worth it in the end. Hope big girl is happier in her new course

Frankies' Cornish Farmyard Ramblings said...

Thanks Auntie,
but I give up she shows as much enthusiasm as I would living in my caravan for the next 6 months. I keep asking her if you could be, do anything, what. I don't know comes the answer. She will be 21 in June, I was married for god's sake a week after being 21, okay it didn't last but, oh well whatever will be, will be.
Frankie