The second shot doesn't have any poultry in it...? (I'm assuming that's chicken in your salad!)Lovely pics-- I'm inspired to do a series of lunch-and-a-book posts. :-)
I love, love, love this post. Such lovely photos. So many of my meals are spent with fork in one hand and a book in the other. I'm going to have to check out that science writing book. I just read Rebecca Skloot's other book, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. It was great.
Oh my gosh, I miss our chickens so much. It will take everything I have not to order chicks this spring. I hope yours didn't poop on your books.
how often do you get new girls? and the fate of your older ones? of last year's batch of 3 newbies, we are left with just 1 and she refuses? to lay. hmmm.... wonder if spring light and warmth will turn her around?
That science writing looks pretty meaty so I can't find what is missing :)Have a great weekend.
I am intrigued by the novel...and the salad full of avacado.
Aw, that little fluffy gal looks too cute to eat! (Spoken by a girl who can't bear to slaughter her pet hens.;-))
please post the recipe for that delicious looking avocado salad!!
all I can say is get her off your books cause the poo is way stinky. ; ) Yay! Chickens! I love having our own chickens, though we don't do them for meat- just for eggs. We have duckies too. Would be interesting to do the meat thing. Then I could start eating chicken again. ; ) XO
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This is bizarre: I swear I have that exact same copy of The Iliad, the same exact versions of Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little, AND that box set of the Hobbit/Lord of the Rings. If you had the box set for Chronicles of Narnia, I'd be wondering who let a chick loose on my bookshelves.