29 October 2010

this moment


A Friday ritual.
 A single photo - no words - capturing a moment from the week. 
A simple, special, extraordinary moment. 
A moment that is oh so special to me.

19 comments:

  1. I love chickens! I've never raised them and I am totally intimidated by the idea - but someday I would love to have some. SO COOL!

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  2. I love the chickens, we are considering adding them to our future farm. Here was my moment from the week: http://unschoolingstory.com/the_unschooling_story/2010/10/just-a-moment-1.html

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  3. Are those some gobblers there too? For you Thanksgiving dinner. How cool! Have always wanted chickens. My dear one would never go for it though. Lucky for me I can live vicariously through my bloggy friends!

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  4. Are they trying to peck through the fence to get to each other? We can't wait to get chickens and turkeys :)

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  5. How awesome. I would love not to have to buy anymore eggs.

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  6. I love capturing my chickens too--what is that...LOL! Great moment, I can relate:-)

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  7. Wish we had room for chickens. Maybe we will when we move....?

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  8. So cute. My daughter would totally love it there ;)
    By the way, the hat she was wearing IS actually from Texas ;)
    xoxo

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  9. Thank you for stopping by my blog! Is that a Red Star chicken in there?

    And...you're from Silsbee. I know that I know someone from Silsbee...but I can't think who it is!

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  10. LOVE this picture! love this blog i'm a new follower for sure! thanks for stopping by butterfly wishes and wonderland dreams

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  11. I have always wanted chickens...I heard turkeys are mean?

    Beautiful picture!

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  12. sorry guys, not turkeys...french guineas. i am thinking of getting some this spring.
    our entire flock includes: 5 production red hens, 2 production red roosters, 5 black australorp hens, 3 plymouth barred rock hens, 1 hamburg hen, 1 acona hen, 1 brahman hen & rooster, and 2 ducks.
    whew! that is a lot. we are thinning down our flock and putting some in the freezer soon.

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  13. Lovely! I'd consider raising chickens if I didn't live in a townhome community...
    Thanks for stopping by wabisabimama.com!

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  14. I'm hoping to get some chickens next Spring - been wanting some for some time now!

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  15. I dream of having chickens someday, once we're in our "forever house." The plan is that we're buying my husband's parents' home in just a few years, when they retire. So right now I'm dreaming of chickens and a backyard of my own, but someday...

    Thank you for stopping by my blog!

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  16. Oh am I jealous! My inlaws have a yard full of chickens, so I have a hookup for fresh eggs, but I'd rather they came from MY backyard. Someday... :)

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  17. Hi Stephanie,

    Thanks so much for visiting me on my blog! Those look like some very happy chickens :) very best, Pamela

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