It’s getting difficult to keep the grown chicks in the box so Khalil decided to move them to an empty room on the second floor of a shed where he keeps quails. There’s no heating in the shed but the climate in desert has become much warmer than before, like spring. What I’m worried about is that if we range them free there, the room will become dirty because of their droppings. But we have no other choice. Why doesn’t he carry out things with a better planning? is always my question and my dissatisfaction but there are such people in this world. First, they carry on. And then, by making mistakes, they learn an outline of the subject or the knack of it to make it successful. I think Khalil has been achieving many goals by this method in the past. His goal is simply an achievement so he’s not even thinking to the mistakes he’s making on the way. He thinks that he will learn about chickens and quails only by taking care of them himself. It’s easy to think like that but uneasy to practice because you’ll still think of the mistakes that you might make.
I was just watching how he takes care of the poultry but because his workload became heavier, I decided to help a little (just a little bit though). First, I cleaned the room that he’s going to replace the birds. There were many sheepskin which were not cleaned completely so I gathered them in one place and dust the walls, wiped the windows and swept the floor. The room was brighter than I thought with windows on three sides.
Interesting thing was the place Garaglok pup. When we saw her belly were growing, Khalil prepared a straw bed in the inner part between a quail shed and a cow shed.
Chi-chan and cow No.2, which are about to give birth, were also looking in on puppies. We don’t know which will be the first but sure we’ll get some kittens and a calf as well soon. And it will be the New Year in Iran very soon.
I wonder why Khalil has bought so much cacao. He probably thought that I could use it for a chocolate cake? Or, he might have bought everything cacao he found at the shop. The chocolate named “HISS”, which looks exactly like Kit-Kat, can not be used for a cake because it has some wafer inside. I baked a carrot cake after all, but with all that, we’ll be high on so much cacao for a while.
I tried to wrap the cake by “wrapping technique in Turkmen standard” and brought it for celebration but when I placed it with everybody else’s, mine showed up poorest in comparison with others lol …CONTINUE »»»