The goldies are laying again! We've been getting four eggs a day since the middle of January. "Julie," you ask, "what happens to goldie's eggs when it gets down to 15 degrees by day and 6 degrees by night and you miss a day getting the eggs out of the nest box?
Liquid expands when it freezes, but then it's so cold that once the egg cracks it continues to stay frozen solid.
In indoor news, I made some lavender skin toner to pick up dry winter skin.
I also tried the peanut butter rice krispies again but this time I put them in a brownie pan and melted chocolate chips over them. They were delicious...but a little dense.
In a few days I will have a blog post about the newest addition to the Scordato homestead. Let's just say she appeared like a stranger in the night...
For now, here are a few shots from warmer days.