Lesson 1491 – If you believe


The kids are all home. It’s snowing. The perfect day for listening to favorite carols, finishing up secret projects, and getting my holiday baking done – nothing like the smell of gingerbread in the oven.

It’s also the perfect time to make the chickens’ annual Christmas eve cookies – they’ve been good girls this year. With this cold weather, a little bit of suet will do them good.

For if you believe, oh and we all do, magic surely comes to the coop as it does to our entire household on Christmas morning.


Suet Christmas cookies for chickens



Wendy Thomas writes about the lessons learned while raising children and chickens in New Hampshire. Contact her at Wendy@SimpleThrift.com

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