A family newsletter blog about us and our "farm" here at the Walker Cottage.
A blog about life with hemophilia and how it affects the entire family.
My Lyme blog that gives personal insight into living with Lyme Disease and all the complications a person has to deal with on a daily basis.
A doggy blog about Lucy Lou's life, who was an abondoned dog that I adopted, and now fills my world and others with joy.
About my crazy cats, Sarah Annabelle and Elsie Mae, who think that they own my home and me.
A cookin blog that has all my recipes listed from my newspaper columns.
Visit an isolated place hidden back in the wilderness mountains of the Cumberland Plateau that used to be a bustling logging and mining town beside a main railroad here in Tennessee.
While still dark, even during the coldest winter days, the roosters begin to crow signaling that another day has arrived.
Winter is still a busy season here on the Walker farm just with different chores.
Freezing temperatures mean the gold fish pond freezes over so I keep a block of wood floating on the surface so the fish can still get oxygen even in the coldest weather.
It's also giving treats making sure my half grown chicks get enough food and..,
keeping my little guinea hens that were hatched out of tiny eggs this summer warm with the heat lamp and safe in their enclosed pen as we watch them grow into adults.
Oh yes, lots of things are happening around the Walker farm no matter the season!