Monday, June 04, 2007

Peck! Peck! Peck!


More To Be Revealed Soon. . .

This is Day 22 of Whitey Watch.

Just tuning in? Catch up here:
Farm Photo: 6/1/07: Whitey Gets Her Wish
Farm Photo 6/3/07:
Waiting With Whitey

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10 comments:

  1. This is a bright start to my day!

    How special a process you are getting to witness. I simply can't wait to see more. You are just dangling the carrot, aren't you?!! :)

    Question: Will you name one of your new chickens after me (must be a distinctive looking one..so you can tell her apart!)???

    Affectionately,

    Ellen

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  2. How exciting - and please don't name a chicken after me - I'd hate to think of smothered LindaSue or Lindasue fricassee! LOL - this is such fun!

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  3. Eeeeekkk!! MORE MORE MORE!
    I agree with Lindasue -- such fun!

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  4. Fantastic breaking news! Can't wait for more breaking news from the nest!
    Sara from farmingfriends

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  5. OH...MY...GAWD!!!!!!

    Baby-chick awesomeness!!!!! Can this day get ANY better?!? Only with the emergence of TINY CHICKENS!!!!

    Sorry. I get excited about farm stuff and baby animals.

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  6. This is the next best thing to being there! Thank you so much for sharing--this city girl is truly excited.

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  7. so I literally made a long drawn out gasping sound :)

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  8. I remembered when I was a little girl,I stolen an egg from the mother chicken and tried to sat on it ,I thought I can be the mother of the baby chick.lol.....

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  9. I can't tell you how many times I've thought of Whitey the past few days. The anticipation of it all. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  10. I just love these pictures Susan, thank you so much for all your efforts and for sharing these with us.

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