Monday, March 11, 2013

Wilma's Advice



This morning, as I was giving the chickens their morning treat, I mentioned to them about losing an hours

sleep when we changed the clock this weekend.







Wilma looked at me and said "We didn't notice anything different..we got up when the sun came up and

went to bed as it went down, so you see, we didn't lose anything."

I will be pondering the wisdom of Wilma today.


Happy day to you all!  xo





15 comments:

ted and bunny said...

I think we should ALL listen to Wilma!
Our clocks don't change til the end of this month.
Do your chooks like grapes? Our girls LOVE them!

Lucy said...

Yes indeed! I talk to my chickens too...:))

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

smart chicken. cute!! ( :

enjoy your week.

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Wilma is one smart Chick! Hope you had a nice day:@)

Vintage Home said...

AH...the critters figure things out!
Sweetest picture...just like a card!

Michelle said...

Sounds like Wilma's got it going on.

Dorothy said...

I'm with Wilma! Since I don't have to go to work, I get up when I wake up and go to bed when Im sleepy! Life is good!

Lindsay Jewell said...

Wilma is my hero.

vintage grey said...

Aww, so sweet!! Happy day to you! xo Heather

wendy said...

Nothing like a chicken to set things straight

Pamela said...

Indiana used to stay one time all year. Now we change. I notice it more than sweet wise Wilma.

Leigh said...

Smart chicken! When I was a kid I was told that daylight savings was for the farmers. Now that I have farm animals, I say nonsense! The animals don't care what the clock says. They want to be fed when it's time to eat!

no spring chicken said...

Wise, wise woman... I wish I could try it. The lights stay on way too late in this house. :)

Blessings, Debbie

Stephanie said...

Wilma has wonderful wisdom :) A very smart chicken!

Love and hugs,
Stephanie

vic said...

Wilma has it in a nutshell.

Just wish these people in Indiana who are still upset over going onto daylight savings time several years after the fact had as much sense as Wilma..