Thursday, February 5, 2009

More fun with farm names

We've decided to wait until at least June to decide on a name. That way we can experience more seasons here. So far we know that winter is foggy and windy. It will be interesting to see what other seasons are like. Come summer we may be considering Hotter Than Hell Farm as a name.

Anyway, I came up with 2 more name ideas and really enjoy making these pictures, so here are the new ones.



Mark of course doesn't like either of them. I think he is just going to end up being left out of the naming.

17 comments:

Zachary and Jennifer said...

I like both of those names. Good thinking on waiting to experience more of the climate before naming, you'll never know what the next day will blow in. :-)

Looks like you got your blog sidebar issue resolved. Neat and orderly again, Hurray!

Jennifer

Melody said...

Oooooh! I love bluebirds! We don't have cardinals or bluebirds in UT, so I miss them.

Love your names and pics!

Berte said...

Your blog looks great..I just love your chickens. What about Four Seasons Farm?

warren said...

I think it is good to wait but I LOVE Cackleberry farm! Genius!

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Ok, Cackle Berry Farm is HILARIOUS! The graphic is awesome! :-)

Christy said...

Cackleberry Farm is my favorite so far. Mark doesn't like it all. We may end up going with it anyway.

Gail said...

Hen Apple Productions!
You are going to get me started again!

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

as Berte suggested, Four Seasons Farm sounds nice. any of them sound good.

linda m said...

Love the picture of the bluebirds! Hope they like the new house you have for them. I laughed when I read Cackleberry Farm and the picture is awesome. What a cute name.

JLB said...

I love the cackleberry farms one! lol The bluebird one is great too but the image is a little hard to see. Maybe it's just my comp. :)

CeeCee said...

Maybe the farm will name itself?? Sort of like I do with dogs. I don't think about it too much, I just hang out with them for a few days and then their names just come to me. I always tell people I wait for the dog to tell me their name.
Look for things that stand out on the property (special spring flowers, a lone tree, pasture that turns a certain color, an old well...)

Sarah said...

I love Cackleberry Farm. lol

Karen said...

Oooh, I love the Cackleberry Farm!

Julia said...

I'm loving the bluebird oasis one! But I am a bluebird freak.

FarmHouse Style said...

I love your picture of the blue birds. Cackleberry Farm made me laugh out loud!!! But, since I live in your neck of the woods, I'll bet no matter what the name you will still call it Hotter Than Hell come July and August.

Rhonda

Christy said...

Thanks for the support of Cackleberry Farm. It made me crack up when I heard the word and the image is awesome! But still waiting.

Christy said...

Melody - We never got bluebirds in Delaware so it is really special having them here. We have about 8 boys that hang around and a few girls. We put up 2 bluebird houses that I hope will get used this spring.