Beauty in the everyday things...lovely!
Love your front porch:)
I think you're getting the ol' stink eye. "Scramble my eggs will ya."
Beautiful and so calm at your lovely place...love it!Have a happy day!Titti
Eggs from your own chickens!!
Oh, I love these...love the chicken and love the morning glory one!
Company, food and a place in the sun you have it all.Merle..................
happy days on the farm.
Chickens are so photogenic, aren't they? I wonder what she's thinking!
Great country life!
Our chickens are molting or at least that is the excuse I am letting them use for not laying very much these days. They haven't stopped eating though. They better be putting out winter feathers as it has cooled down a lot in the last few days.
so many beautiful things in a daythank you
Love your images! Farming looks attractive in your photos.
Beautiful.. I always say, enjoy the little things in life. Blessings... :)
It took me a minute to figure out what the egg photo was.. love the morning glory buds.. they are so cool. Pretty porch! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
It looks like a good week and a wonderful life!!
It was nice showing the first shot of a chicken and ending the post with the output, Michelle. And, your house looks lovely too with the S&H Green Stamp sign. I do remember my mother collecting those books.
The ever watchful eye of the hen!
What a life :)
Looks lovely there and scrambled eggs outside on the lawn would be good.
What lovely pictures, the Hen is funny!xx
Oh beautiful photos Michelle and your header is awesome. Hug B
Love those shots !
A nice day to have. Glad the chickens are doing their job. Fall is in the air. Have a great day.
My favorite is 'Portrait of a Hen'...
Love the S&H Green Stamps sign.
Great shot of the chicken through the chicken wire fence. - Pretty morning glory. I've seen morning glory featured on several blogs today.Lovely lighting around your porch.
the joys of a great country life! love them all~Lisa
I, too, find beauty in simple things. Your hen looks a bit suspicious!
It's been a long time since I had farm fresh eggs. Used to trade them for fresh honey from the orange grove. Seems like a lifetime ago.