Wordless Wednesday...

By
Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty

Even chickens know that the place to get all the latest gossip is around the watercooler...

 

Chickens around the watercooler

 

Since I don't speak "chicken", I have no idea what or who they're talking about.  Which is probably for the best...Who wants to be known as a gossipy old hen?

Have a fun and relaxing Labor Day Weekend, everyone!

 

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Comments (12)

Lindsey Hasford
Edina Realty - Elk River, MN
Bringing you home...

You and I must be thinking the same today. I posted a photo of the same thing this morning!

Sep 01, 2010 07:00 AM
Kim Brown
Keller Williams Realty - Keene, NH
Keene, NH - New England at its Best!

How funny!  I'll have to go check it out.  Happy Wednesday!

Sep 01, 2010 07:02 AM
Faina Reinhardt
HotRentalsNY.com - Manhattan, NY

Kim,

That's pretty funny and true.  I try to avoid the water cooler at all costs.  Hate gossip.

Sep 01, 2010 07:14 AM
Kim Brown
Keller Williams Realty - Keene, NH
Keene, NH - New England at its Best!

I'm right with you on that, Faina!  Fortunately, I don't speak Chicken very well, so I have no idea what they're clucking about.  :)

Sep 01, 2010 07:22 AM
Susan Haughton
Long and Foster REALTORS (703) 470-4545 - Alexandria, VA
Susan & Mindy Team...Honesty. Integrity. Results.

They're talking about how good that expensive past was... ;-)

Sep 01, 2010 09:27 AM
Ross Therrien
Prudential Verani Realty, Londonderry,New Hampshire - Londonderry, NH
Realtor, Broker Associate

They're probably talking about you and that crazy hairdo you had at this mornings feeding.

Sep 01, 2010 03:57 PM
Kim Brown
Keller Williams Realty - Keene, NH
Keene, NH - New England at its Best!

Susan--the funny thing is that chickens LOVE pasta!  They go crazy for it.  Especially the imported kind ;-)

Ross--LOL!  That is an extremely good possibility. They seldom see me at my best :)

Sep 02, 2010 12:43 AM
Jennifer Prestwich
Henderson, Thornton, Broomfield and Westminster - Henderson, CO
Madison & Co Properties

Old hens, indeed. Maybe they are planning a baby shower?  Love this!

Sep 02, 2010 04:33 AM
Kim Brown
Keller Williams Realty - Keene, NH
Keene, NH - New England at its Best!

LOL Jennifer!  In this case, I'm the one who would qualify as an old hen.  The gang pictured above is actually a batch of unexected babies that hatched about 3 months ago!  In another month, they're going to be integrated with the "grown-ups".  I guess that makes them teenagers, which means they're probably planning a party.  I'll have to keep an eye on them..you know how those hen parties can get a little crazy ;)

Sep 03, 2010 10:11 AM
Steve Loynd
Alpine Lakes Real Estate Inc., - Lincoln, NH
800-926-5653, White Mountains NH

Kim, you must be getting a lot of requests for fresh eggs with all the recalls on the mid-west farms in trouble?

Sep 04, 2010 11:04 AM
Sharon Tara
Sharon Tara Transformations - Portsmouth, NH
New Hampshire Home Stager

What a great picture....unexpected huh?  Lucky you!  Do you get eggs from them yet?

Sep 04, 2010 12:38 PM
Kim Brown
Keller Williams Realty - Keene, NH
Keene, NH - New England at its Best!

Steve--we have a few folks who buy eggs from us on a weekly basis, but we're a very small backyard set-up.  Requests haven't gone up, but there are lots of people who keep chickens around here, so fresh eggs are fairly easy to come by for those who wish to cross over from the "dark side" ;)

Sharon--totally unexpected.  We had one hen who always flew out of the pen and roamed around the backyard.  One day she disappeared...we figured a fox, a fisher cat, or hawk might have gotten her...but there were no feathers or signs of a struggle anywhere.  A few days later, my husband heard a little rustling under some bushes in the yard and took a peek.  Tucked under the roots in a little cave was our missing hen sitting on what we thought was a clutch of about 6 or 7 eggs.

3 weeks later Mama came out with her little brood behind her...all 12 of them!!  No eggs from the babies yet...but hopefully sometime in early October, they'll start earning their keep. :)

Sep 05, 2010 01:14 AM