Just in case you didn’t believe my chicken story . . .


Here is proof positive.  See the love.

This is before they grow up to be idiots and before my vandalism escapade.

Gotta love the wardrobe, right.  I was stylin’.  Cool chick.  Pun intended. 🙂

About apronheadlilly

wife and mother, musician, composer / poet, teacher, and observer of the world, flawed Christ-follower
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19 Responses to Just in case you didn’t believe my chicken story . . .

  1. susiebell123 says:

    I gotta say, there is a little devilish glint in your eye. It’s kind of scary!!! And yes, your fashion statement was about as elegant as mine! Wow!!! LOL! We were really cooooool back then! Ha!

    • I talked to my mom and asked her how many we’d get at a time. In my head, I thought it was 500, but I started to imagine 500 in our big henhouse, and that didn’t seem possible. I guess we got 50-60 at a time. A bit different–off by a 0. 🙂 Seemed a lot to a kid.

  2. shellakers says:

    Now I’ve gotta go find your chicken story! lol

    Yes, you were the epitome of fashion AND style! lol I’ve got a few of those pics myself… just not all that brave enough to share with anyone. hehe

  3. pattisj says:

    Baby chicks are so cute at that puff ball age. 🙂 We were all wearing those outfits at the time.

  4. jmgoyder says:

    What a great photo!

  5. v4vikey says:

    nice shot… i like it.

  6. ly says:

    I totally believed your story without a picture. I could feel your aggravation! But this photo is great! You were right in style.

  7. Ellie says:

    Yeah, I always thought chicks were soooo cute until they grew up and chased me! (and man did their cages smell, ugh) 🙂

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