Oh, aren't they so cute! I just love chickens! Always have, always will!:>
Dear Mama,I like the post- chickens are kind of hard to photograph, though!I love you, a bushel and a peck!Love,Audrey
Ah, nothing quite so smashing as a copper colored chicken! They look like a buff orpington/ rhode island red mix, mine look just like that. Have fun, chickens are always full of tricks!
You didn't invite them? Why not? :)Blessings, Debbie
Goodness me! What a full house you have! Your chickens bring back happy memories of the ones my granny kept in her meadow. Searching for their eggs was always fun. A belated happy birthday to sweet Audrey; the years pass so quickly don't they. Love to you all from across the pond, Eli x
But Marqueta, they're sooo cute!Surely you couldn't turn them away..still hungry :-(I wish I had some pretty little visitors like them lol!If I build a hen house does that mean 'they will come'? :-pblesings...Trish
Bet they were easy to entertain! They are very pretty with their copper colored feathers.
How cute. I love chickens don't you? I am enjoying our ducks right now they are so funny. But, chickens seem to invite themselves all the time, once they figure out where to go. Love Erika
So nice to meet you! I love your chickens.. Great photos... Thank you so much for your visit and kind thoughts about Bebe.. I am honored to have you follow along.Thank you so much.. I think your blog is lovely and am now a happy follower.Blessings,Penny
In hope chicken wasn't on the menu!Love our chickens too and yes, they are so hard to photograph! It has been so hot here we give them watermelon and lettuce for treats. Hugs))
Dear Marqueta, You have lots of sweet children and pretty chickens. Your life will not be dull. ~:-DVery nice to talk with you today! I cannot wait to see your name in Victoria mag. :) Love,Lynn
So funny!I got your letter--am still trying to write back, but with hubby home all week, it ain't happening!Will get back to regular schedule after his vacation ends next week.Evelyn
So adorable!, I love, love hens. We now have 6 tiny balls of fluff in a broody box, well they are not so tiny as they were, being just over a week old now. Must post pics soon. Little Fairy is chief hen monitor and takes her duties very seriously. Will be a while before we are collecting yummy eggs for breakfast, but well worth the wait. Have a great weekend. Dev x
So funny! Very fun guests indeed though!
Thank you for coming to visit — I look forward to hearing from you!