Log date April 4th, 1853, 6:15 PM. Mama's Farm, Shingle Creek, Wisconsin. Clear skies, light air, 68F, 26% humidity, 30 inHg. Schmir, Yogurt, and Butter each gave a quart, I left the rest for the kids. Kids must be growing fast, the Ladies have been getting antsy if I try to take more. Babka, Hamantash, Lekach, Rugelach, and Mohn each layed today. Latke, Blintz, and Sufganiyah did not. They like the new roosting bars though, and at least no one mucked up the water dish today. Lokshen has been poking at the snake that took up residence under the porch. If she doesn't catch it soon, we might need to look into getting one of the local boys to come up here with a shotgun. I think Challah's getting old, in the mornings she moves like Granny Nettie does in winter, and I've noticed she's been laying around the stove. Need to make her a rug or something, if it is her joints then laying on the cold floor can't be comfortable. This will probably be her last litter, and I'm half-sure it'll be all runts. I'll sell off most of them, but I'll keep one to take up apprenticing under Challah. Need a good name. Maybe Matzah Ball?