Moved to Austin, Texas late last year! Myriad of reasons mostly for business and lifestyle. Have fallen in love with Austin and the people. At last building the dream home. Plan is to be on 3+ acres on a golf course. Raising chickens! My handicap needs serious work and part of the plan. Dad raised us mostly in the country and feeding the chickens and hunting their eggs (they are sneaky creatures and don’t like humans stealing their eggs) are some of my favorite childhood memories.
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Look forward to spending as much time here as possible while co-managing a business in SF with the best team on the planet. Blessed to be able to do it this way and have the best of both of these very different worlds. And a girl who really loved chickens it was me. Any friends in Austin or visiting give me a shout! Pic: top lot and house candidate in the Barton Creek neighborhood for the dream house. Negotiating with builder who is fellow Purdue although alumni card got me nowhere on price.
Went to Tractor Supply for feed. Young lady 12ish I am guessing very sad no chicks. So I have her uncle and grandmother come to my house. Give her two chicks from my 13 freshly hatched. Water, and my very first chicken book. I loved her list She had in her back pack and her 20.00. I hope she loves her chickens for years as I have. Love to see younger folks wanting to raise animals. Chickens great start. Also told her if she had two roosters I will trade with her. It was a great end to a fair day.
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Aside from a side salad, my homemade orange pepper taco soup and Costco rotisserie chicken were what my family ate for our holiday dinner. Seeing a life-less and head-less chicken mostly makes me sad for the chicken and for people that eat it. I also realize that adults have the choice to eat whatever they would like and face the consequences of their choices. A girl who really loved chickens it was me. It’s not my place to get in their face or cause a scene during our celebration. I would hope my family would chose to eat more of my phytonutrient rich soup that took me 90 minutes to make from scratch with love.
Some veggies were fresh picked from my garden. I know how my food was grown. Rather than a factory farmed chicken that probably wasn’t raised or killed with love. My dish was packed with uncooked plant foods including powerful anti cancer and anti-inflammato. I think they both could go together just fine and comparing them really isn’t necessary. If you wanted to give them better quality meat, you could’ve gotten chicken or meat from a local farm and prepared it yourself. With the same love and intentions that you put into the soup.