Saturday, May 24, 2008

Not What She Wanted to Hear

Husband- "Hey, dear. What are we cooking on Monday?"
Me- "Chicken."
Somehow, I don't think Pearl was amused.


windycorner said...

Cover those litle ears!
Looks like Pearl is settling in nicely. Who wouldn't be happy in such a charming home. How's the egg production?

Utah Grammie said...

Oh my gosh! Poor, poor little Pearl!
My neighbor that has Chicker & Ophelia (the chickens that I "chicken-sit" for) had a little problem once with them getting out of the coop and eating her garden practally bare - she went to the hardware store & asked the guy what she could get to "keep my chickens in" ...he told her "a large pot"!!

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

Hello Sweet Karin!

So thrilled you stopped by today! It is always so wonderful to hear from you!

I totally agree with the 72 hr. pack and possibly needing to pull away in a cute little trailer in a hurry! It really isn't a bad idea and DH and I were just talking about that very thing! Even if we had to sleep outside in the street for some reason. heehee!

Still loving your chicken coop...were your ears burning this weekend?! DH and I went to the river with Anne Fannie (LDS to) and we are still trying to talk her DH into a chicken coop! Boy, can we get him fired up! I know Anne Fannie will have her chicken coop before the end of the year!

Your cheese & crackers look yummy. You are always up to something wonderful! Have a great week dear friend.


Cathy Cobblestone said...

I meant to let you know a while back - but that is just the cutest chicken coop I have ever seen - absolutely precious!!!!! Love, Love, Love all the detail - you did a fabulous job!!!! Have a blessed evening. Cathy

Anne Fannie said...

What a awesome picture and post! to funny!

Anonymous said...

My daughters & I think your coop is beautifully funny. Ours is a "bit" more rustic & basic for sure!