Kingston Springs, TNUSA
Hometown: Paramus, NJ
May 23, 2009
David encouraged me to submit some of my work, and it was accepted for publication right away. Wow, this is addictive!
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People give and take observations and suggestions about how to improve poetry honestly, for the most part without being mealy-mouthed, and generally have fun doing so. There are no imposed requirements for attendance. Nobody is forced to read or write or speak. Any attendee may do as many or as few of these as he or she is willing to. If one never writes or says anything, the group won't dismember you.
Had a blast with you and your family! xoxo
Saturday June 15, 5:00. Do you usually have a program? I've only been to one meeting, when Andy was here. How about email instead of this method? rckevlin a t gmail com
I appreciate the info, but as I said, what I'd really like is to see it in action. That's why I joined the group. :)
I'm from LA, and lived in L.A. recently. But I live in Nashville now. And it's not that I don't understand what chickens need to survive in the abstract -- more that I'd just like to see someone's setup who has them and kinda get a feel for what exactly it would entail. :)
A few days ago, I posted a note to the meet-up group (or tried to), asking for suggestions about dates. Did we get any?
We are working odd days / hours until end of May. How about Sunday June 8 or 15, 5:00 or 6:00?
Is there a meeting component, or just socializing? If we can have it in the yard, maybe 20 people. Inside maybe a dozen.
Thanks, Judy for the heads up about the pho place in Clarksville. Will definitely consider it for a weekend meetup.
Hello Judy, I know your post to me was last year but I wanted to say that I would be totally willing to share any images with the bird owners if any would be willing to allow me the time to get some photographs. If any were used for my husbands art (pics as reference) I can share a print from that as well.
Hi Judy! Thank you for getting in touch-I live in Williamson right downtown in Franklin where there are lots of other chicken enthusiasts. We are starting our flock at the beginning by hatching eggs! So far so good, and our boys are enjoying the "experiment" of the incubator. How are you doing with your hens? We're very excited about getting our little farm going! ~Ruth
Well that's us exactly what I did. I now have a run that is covered in chicken wire. I believe it was a neighborhood dog but I'm not sure. Whatever it was, hungry it was not! It just killed them by shaking them and then went after another one. The chicks I replaced them with were freebies from an individual. His mini farm was not the cleanest. I have two hens left. The others just died. One about every other month. They looked healthy but the obviously weren't.