Spring Fling in January!

Happy Spring…in January! We have had nothing but freezing cold weather and lots of snow this Winter.  But, today it was a balmy 54 degrees!  Only in Michigan!  The piles of snow melted and I could see green grass and lots of mud! Regardless, the animals were extremely happy and full of spunk today…

The ladies were out and about, exploring all day!
The ducks had the best puddle party, EVER!
The babydolls were happy to get out and explore their new pasture!
Frodo enjoyed looking out his stall door, for the first time!
The meeting! And a beautiful meeting it was!

Magic has been lost, ever since Velvet crossed over.  Today, she seemed truly happy.  Although the two were separated by fencing, Magic often had her head over Frodo’s fence to saying hello.  Both critters were relaxed and had a beautiful day together! This made my heart bubble with joy!

This past week has been extremely difficult, yet beautiful all at the same time. We said goodbye to a dear friend and welcomed a sweet new addition, to Indigo Acres.  Frodo has been a true gift, in so many unexpected ways.   I feel extremely thankful and blessed…

I spent much time with Frodo today.  I cried happy tears, while connecting with him in his stall.  I also cried tears of sadness, missing my old friend.  But, when I looked into his eyes, something magical happened…I was reminded of an old friend.  What an incredible gift…

I have a feeling 2018 is going to be a beautiful year at Indigo Acres!

Love Yourself…Embrace Yourself…Just Be You…







Linda’s B&W vs.Color Photo Challenge

The amazing Dragon Queen, a.k.a Linda, over at  https://mainepaperpusher.wordpress.com/ has started a fun black and white vs. color photo challenge!  Grab your camera and join in on the fun!

“Sweetie, the Seabright Bantam”


Which one is your favorite?

Love Yourself…Embrace Yourself…Just Be You…


You Are Having WHAT for Thanksgiving Dinner???

As you can see, Flow was on high alert when she heard we were having chicken for Thanksgiving dinner! She met me at the barn door this morning to confirm if the rumor, floating around the hen-house, was true.  Once I calmed her down and explained that we were having Cornish Hens, she relaxed a bit!  Flow is a bit of a skittish, worry wart!


Flow and the rest of the flock, here at Indigo Acres, would like to wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving Eve!

Love Yourself…Embrace Yourself…Just Be You…


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