Monday, May 11, 2009

The first egg.

the first egg
I heard my sister yelling outside, I thought she was hurt. I ran up the stairs to see what had happened and she had this little egg in her hands. Our chickens laid it today, the first one. It's so cute and tiny. I can't wait for more.

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  1. I already commented on Twitter but

    Aww So proud of your girls :)

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  2. that's so exciting...

    i love how the hands in this picture form a heart.

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  3. That's so exciting! I love all the new things that Spring brings. As always, excellent photo.

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  4. You are blessed. Unfortunately there's an ordinance preventing us from having chickens in our backyard...

    Cheers,

    *Heather*

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  5. That's great news! Hopefully more will begin laying and their eggs will get larger and larger! :)

    I have Oatmeal Creme Pies in the oven right this minute (using your recipe) and can't wait to see how they turn out!

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  6. Oh, joy! How wonderful!

    And superb picture. Just perfect.

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  7. Aww...I miss our chickens...we had to take a break from the them due to wild critters!

    So, you have a Canon! Yea! I love Canon...I have a Canon 10D which my dear hubby bought for me off of ebay...your photos are SO CLEAR and the color is superb! Do you use a photo editing program/site? If so, which one? You do such a wonderful job using natural lighting! I am a novice photographer and LOVE to learn more!!!

    Keep up the great work and congrats on the first egg! YUM! :-)

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  8. our first egg caused quite a ruckus too. that was about four years ago, and now we have over a hundered chickens (not all are laying yet).

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  9. I can't wait to enjoy that same pleasure myself. I am actually going to start going to town hall meetings to reverse the city order that does not allow a person to have chickens within the city limits. Also, I love the hands in the picture. They tell a story. One that says these hands will work hard and be happy!

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  10. congratulations :)
    it is so cute, i wish we could have chickens!!! someday...
    how many do you have?

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  11. Awww! Gorgeous egg! I'm envious of your chickens...

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  12. Kendall: We have 4 chickens right now, but we are thinking about getting more.

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