Spring is Beginning to Hatch at Eidolon House!

Spring is beginning to hatch here in our small town of Wills Point, and I'm so excited! Spring in East Texas is amazing!  There is so much life and greenery here, and I love watching everything come back to life after winter.  I do feel like winter sort of skipped Texas this year, although I'm not complaining about that at all.  

We've added six chicks to the Eidolon House ecosystem, and I couldn't be more excited about that.  They are two days old, and a few of the little cuties were ready for their close up today.  A few blooming trees and wild flowers around my neighborhood were ready for their close up today too!  Enjoy a bit of Spring as you scroll through the photos.  

Aaaannnnndddd, a photo shoot with animals wouldn't be complete without a little poopie. 

Spring at Eidolon House

We never experienced such beautiful Spring seasons until we moved to Northeast Texas.  Spring is our favorite season; there's nothing like watching all the trees, grass, and flowers come back to life, although our allergies might have a different opinion about that.     

Our biggest task this Spring was getting our property ready for our garden, adding a chicken yard, and more rabbits. We burned A LOT of dead rubbish; it's hard work taking care of a large yard, but we're up for that task!

While clearing out a lot of dead vines, branches, and twigs, Joe was attacked by some poison ivy.  By the way, poison ivy will still get you even if there aren't leaves on the vines.   

It wouldn't be Spring in Texas if we didn't show off our beautiful wildflowers and Bluebonnets. 

We cooked and tried poached eggs for the first time ever this Spring, and they were delicious!!! 

For the past four and half months we've been collecting a lot of wonderful wool from our angora rabbits, and we've started spinning their wool using our drop spindles, and we couldn't be more addicted! Spinning wool, making yarn, and of course taking care of cute rabbits is so much fun!

We hope y'all are enjoying your Spring season!  Now back to the books for us!