I have no doubt whatsoever that if we opened the door, that Rhode Island Red chicken would go right on into the house!
I had a longer and fun chicken post planned for today, but it’s been “one of those weeks”, and I couldn’t get the video done to go with it. Just getting up this simple post has been challenging enough! Hopefully we can get that together by next week, which should be quieter than this past one has been (knock wood).
Have a great weekend!
Ellen Pilch says
She does look like she wants in 🙂
They seem to be very curious birds! Well, nosy, really. 🙂
Lynn LaChance says
What a pretty picture, between the door, chickens, the (coleus?) plant, and the plant on the other side with the kitty ornament. And the sun and shadows-beauty, Jan! But sorry to hear about your week…..!
Yes, that’s the coleus (and btw, it is flowering now). Thank you, Lynn! I’ll fill you in on my week soon.
You built them a coop … they still want to stay in the house 😉 Those birds are gorgeous though!
I never expected chickens to be so pretty, but they really are, aren’t they?
Typical contrary animals though – always needing to be where they’re not supposed to! 🙂
Lauren Miller says
Haha! Hello!!! Let me in!
I sort of miss have chickens.
They are turning out to be so much fun….I’m so glad we got them!
Brian Frum says
Good thing you don’t have a doggie door there!
Hahaha, you’ve got that right, Brian!
Melissa K. Clinton says
There has to be a joke in there somewhere! LOL!
I know, I wish I could have thought of one! 🙂
caren gittleman says
you didn’t need to do more, that photo is HILARIOUS!! (save it for Halloween and make a “Trick Or Treat” meme!!!)
Thank you so much, Caren, and what a good idea!!
I just love that yellow door! The chicken looks so pretty in front of it, too. I’m just waiting for the day she finds a way to sneak inside 😉
Oh boy, all heck will probably break loose if that ever happens!
Thank you on the door, I agonized forever over what color to paint it (there was originally a red door there), and I am happy with the decision I finally made.
Monika & Sam says
What a fabulous photo! Love it. Some weeks are like that, just crazy. No worries, we’ll be here when it permits more. Have a great weekend!
Thank you, for all of that!
Roby Sweet says
Great photo! Those door-to-door saleschickens can be so persistent. 🙂
Hahahaha – good one!!!
Sand Spring Chesapeakes says
What a fabulous picture!!
Shadow and Ducky's Mom says
OMG! Look how big they’ve grown! I can just imagine the chaos if they tried to take over the dogs’ beds! lol 🙂
Or even worse….their couch and chair. We have enough shuffling for positions around here….that’s all we’d need. LOL
oh I bet they would ;o) my granny had her chicklets always in the kitchen the first time when it was too cold outside… they are creatures of habits too and it was not easy to get them out of the house ;o)
Oh, I can definitely picture that. I’ve had enough trouble getting them out of my garden – they are stubborn birds!!