oh my gosh! how precious : ) i have to get my eggs from costco : ( you are soooo lucky! what a cute fun life you have! oh - and i found you from daisy cottage! nice to meet you !! i'll subscribe to your blog - hope you pop by mine too! happy valentines day! kisses and cupcakes, amy*
btw....what is your recipe for deviled eggs - my mom always made them : ) looks sooo yummy!
As I sit here reading, I'd give my leg (almost) for a deviled egg!!!
Holy Moly- I need to stop by more often. Look at all the fun posts I've missed! :-)
What a gorgeous rooster! Our poor chickens are still cooped up since it's still below freezing here and we are expecting 4 inches of snow this week. Spring fever, oh I wish!I'm happy you get to see flowers soon. I will live vicariously through you! I love it when our hens give us more eggs than we can eat and so do my neighbors. They love it when I show up with eggs for them.Hugs,Laurie
hi there ,thank you for coming by to my blog...you are sooo lucky, i would love to have fresh eggs every morning,do they really lay eggs everyday?..lol..what a great fun post... keep them coming ,i love your blog.silvia..
Love you chooks! Oh, to have fresh eggs. If I lived nearby I'd relieve you of some of your bounty LOL.
What a dilema to have! I love deviled eggs and to have fresh eggs like that is one of my dreams. Do you freeze your surplus eggs? I've read about it but never tried it.Manuela
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