Friday, August 6, 2010

Hillbilly Laundry













My sisters pet chicken, Lucky, even helps her with laundry.

I love the Mountains but I tease her with "Hillbilly".  How many city folks have chickens for pets?

I thought it was so cute!

31 comments:

Gerry's Soap N Stuff said...

Well, that is very cute! Gerry

Andria said...

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Karen said...

That is so funny....

ArtSnark said...

great photo!What fun.

KBraden said...

I am following you back thanks so much for stopping by my neck of the woods and following me. Have a great weekend!

detweilermom said...

A chicken for a pet!!. wow. Cute.
Stoping from the Over 40 Follow.

Jane said...

I need a chicken to do the laundry, run the vac, and walk the dog. Any ideas where I might find one??

Jane

I am Harriet said...

Stopping by to thank you for posting Friday-Follow.

Have a great Friday!
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Manang Kim said...

Oh my gush, I remember my Ester, she is a beauty, she is my chicken pet and she is the only chicken in the farm who dare to get inside our house and if I am outside she follows me where ever I go. Every time I get home I see Ester running towards me, that makes me happy. But our neighbor dog came and massacre all our chicken and my Ester was one of the victims. ^_^ Thanks for the visit and the following I appreciate it!

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Karen Mortensen said...

Interesting. Does he do other household chores?

awb said...

The county I live in you need an acre to have chickens! I'm moving.

Andy

Hotcakes said...

i bet the chicken is even better in doing laundry than i do :(

Have Myelin? said...

I had a chicken for a pet when I was a kid! =)

Holly said...

Love it!!

Connie Arnold said...

Cute! The only chicken I ever sort of had for a pet was actually my aunt's, and we ended up having it for dinner. I couldn't eat!

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Beth said...

LOL. In my house that'd be dinner. ;)

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Rose said...

i'm a follower. does the chicken take at bath in the washing machine Rose

MissKris said...

That is just too cute! Returning your visit from FF! :-D

MissKris said...

PS...I love the photo of you and your family at the bottom of your page...you're all absolutely beautiful!

♥ Sarah @ FFP ♥ said...

AWWWW! I would love a pet chicken, I actually hear they are very intelligent, social animals!!!

MageeBaby said...

LOL Visiting and following back from Friday Follow. Thanks so much for stopping by!!!!

Aries said...

Ha ha ha. Had rare chicken before when I was staying with my granny when I was young but not as pet. Nice photo. Maybe I should take a photo like that with my rabbit. Ha ha ha

God Whispers said...

Oh WoW! I love it. That chicken has class! Blessings.

Dawn said...

hey girl! I am your newest follower from FF :) Have a great weekend!
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Dean Spencer said...

Kim -

You asked, so I'm telling ya, my wife and I have a Baby Chicken! And we live in the city.

But I admit, the difference with us is that our Baby Chicken is a 22 pound black cat.

Great picture! God bless!

Joey&Casey said...

When I was about 3 years old my parents had chickens roaming around our front yard and sometimes in the house...it was a kinda remote area but, it was by no means a farm house. lol...yup, I think we were hillbilly folks at one time too:) Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Jasmine said...

Kim, this is too cute. Chickens help your sister and my kids help me. It's all wonderful.

Thanks for sharing. ;-)

Journaling Woman said...

That is one cute chicken. I love it! As a hillbilly, I would like to say I understand the need to befriend chickies. On my rural blog, I have a picture in my header of my pet chicken. I was a little girl but still understand.

Teresa
http://theruralhood.blogspot.com/

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Thank you very much Kim. Now I can visit you and leave comments. I miss coming to your blog in a long time.

Am also glad, you are joining Memes to help keep you stimulated.

And the cute chick does make my day. We raised backyard chicken at home in my old country, so I know what joy and pleasure this cute bird provided you with help in the laundry.

anjanette/mommayoung said...

Aww,Kim that is so cute, love it.

Things are going good here. Just getting ready for new baby, should be here around "Labor Day" how funny is that. Also getting ready to get three of my youngins to school, Aug 30. There is never enough time.

And I will always consider you a good friend..

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