“The 12 Days of Christmas” is a beloved traditional carol containing a laundry list of common poultry. Here’s a look at the fowl name-dropped in the timeless tune.
Add a festive flock touch to your holiday tree with these whimsical chicken ornaments, the perfect poultry decor to warm up the special season.
As I sit and type this cold wet night, words are escaping me. It would appear I am losing the ability to form sentences without the echo of my children’s incessant bickering ringing in my ears.
This Christmas Eve, I was finally able to write my blog from my new office. This move has been a long, arduous and expensive enterprise, but I think it’s all been worth the trouble.
With Christmas only a few days away, it’s not too late to “tool up!” No, I don’t mean buying yourself and your loved ones a lot of tools. Hopefully, you’ve already taken care of that task.
Nowadays, reindeer are the Christmas critters du jour, but we goats used to bring on Christmas cheer! Jultomte and juleniesse wear red, but they’re still small—not big and jolly like Santa Claus—and they deliver gifts in sleighs drawn by goats or carry the presents pack-style on a goat’s back.