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May 10, 2008


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Wow! She's beautiful :) I can't believe rain gives her bad hair days too.

Hey, Kelly. She is the sweetest little pet. Jr. likes to put her on his shoulder, like a pirate's parrot.

Oh my GOODNESS her hair looks like mine has the past eight months in this thoroughly rain-soaked and humid climate. That is hilarious! And I'm deeply amused at the idea of giving a chicken a bath. Oh, pleeeeease, oh, please take pictures...

"...has been totally corrupted...."

Umm... any progeny?

TadMack, oh, absolutely we'll take pictures of the salon session. I was just wondering this morning how we'll keep the water of her her eyes... It's a little too cold right now for shampooing, though.

DaviMack, it's corruption of the peer-influence sort! (The rooster moved to the country a while back.) My son would LOVE to buy some more chicks, but so far I've said no. A friend of mine in New Orleans ordered 3 chicks from a hatchery and got 16! The extras were "for warmth."

Sooooo funny!

Thanks for stopping by, Mary. The hair-do made a complete recovery today (Mother's Day) and is looking better than ever. But when it rains again...oh, dear.

I never knew chickens could be so beautiful! And she'll let you shampoo her? Very cool.

Happy Mother's Day!

Happy Mother's Day to you, too, Vivian!

Lovey is pretty docile, so she may let us wash her hair, but she probably won't be happy about it.

That's so funny! She is beautiful (in her glamor-girl picture).

I love the story of the fall of Miss America to a "commune loving hippie." I love it that she now has skills. I love how her hair-do pops back into place...but not without a few smudges. Great story! Sort of a reverse Cinderella?

Sheila Ruth, thank you for recognizing chicken beauty! Yesterday I looked out the window and Jr. had set Lovey on a swing and Fuzzy on the teeter-totter.

Mary Lee, thanks! Lovey deserves to star in a picture book of her own, I think.

Priceless! I hope you treat her to a day at the salon.

She definitely needs one, Casey. Chicken coifs. Who knew I'd be involved in such a thing a year ago?

I hope your two backyard hens are doing well.

I love the updates on the chickens! That second picture is so. funny.

Hey, Adrienne. Her hair-do really goes flat in the rain, doesn't it?

That's why I wear my hair straight--much less bother. ;)

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