Most of you know that I work part time for an electric cooperative. This means all of my co-workers, except one, are men. I am old enough to be the mother of all but two of them. Over the years, I have been asked to do a lot of different tasks for them.
I've sewed pillows, hemmed curtains, put sports patches on their children's letter jackets, mended a lot of jeans, shortened nylon belts, made baby quilts, and even fixed their gloves, as seen it this post.
This is however my latest request. You all know what it is, right? (No guessing from you Tammy of Flat Creek Farm!!) Surely the names on them will give it away. OK, they are chicken saddles. You've seen it all now.
It gave me a good chance to try out my embroidery machine. (I know now, I need some lessons).
I hope their hens are now safe from those mean old roosters.
This is what the blacksmith has been busy making. Hawks for the grandsons. The bottom one is a bearded hawk.
What have you been up to?
Life is good!