Thursday, March 30, 2017

Chickens and the Egg Soap Opera



I have had some NEW chickens 'messing' around on my island countertop.
 Let's listen in on the latest, 'scoop' from the 'coop'.

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"I don't understand what the problem is, Dear? It's just Extra Large?"

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"Extra---Laaarge? Where the ...did this come from?"


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"Have you been stepping out on me? This is outrageous."

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"Of course not---I've just been eating these magic beans?"


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"You know we are going to be the talk of the kitchen!"

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Ghost of Grandma Chicken whispers, 
"Really---magic beans, I haven't heard that one before, " 
She chuckled. 


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"Is the scale broken?"


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Mama Chicken---"See, I told you I ate magic beans." 

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"As the World Turns".....in the kitchen. "I'm sorry, Dear. Next time I won't jump to conclusions."

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OLD Vintage decor included here: 

Blue white enameled fish poacher---early 1900's
 Stoneware crock---1960's
 Sears Egg Scale --- 1940's or older
 Garden Linens--- Stevens Linens, Pa 1990's
Grandma Ghost Chicken---milk glass 1930s maybe
Blue Ball Perfect Mason quart jar---1940's or older

NEWer 
Chicken metal box---newer thrift store gift
Chickens---sassy and new, gift from hubby


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15 comments:

  1. Dear Sandi very cute.. love chickens hens roosters Hapoy Spring with love Janice

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    1. It's been a standing joke, my BF has wanted to by me a HUGE chicken for the kitchen---but when the remodel was done there really wasn't a place for one.
      Hence, the chicken box, which is definitely useful. I'm sure I will end up with a big chicken somewhere. Thanks for stopping by, Sandi

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  2. So beautiful, I love old vintage decor!
    Thanks for stopping by, hugs Biljana

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    1. Aw, thank-you. It's fun to freshen up with a little humor and vintage, Sandi

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  3. Hi Sandi, oh how cute. I so enjoyed your vintage pieces to go with your sweet little story. I love roosters and displaying them is a passion. Thanks for stopping by and your kind comment and story of the Bluebonnet orders for Micheal's. I loved it. We of course have them here at all the craft shops.
    Have a great week ahead.
    xo

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    1. LOL, now that I'm not working for Michael's, none of the stores have them (stock is now auto ordered) and leaves no lee-way for ordering for your clientele. That's pretty much when I moved on and it's sad that we have become so homogenized with all stores being the same, or decided by one person--in the main office. (Whose taste I never did agree with, lol.)

      Thanks always for visiting, happy bluebonnets and chickens, Sandi

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  4. Love your vintage pieces,especially the milk glass chicken:it is very pretty and ,here in Rio,expensive too !Sorry for my English and thanks for sharing! Have a nice week!Maristella.

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    1. Ah, Maristella, your English is fine. Some of those glass chickens are expensive here also. Thank-you for visiting and taking the time to comment. Grins, Sandi

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  5. Sandi, this is just too darn cute! Love the story!! That egg measurer is such an awesome piece and I loved all of your critters! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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    1. Aw thanks Jann. Sometimes I have to just let loose with a 'yarn' or tall-tale. Though I'm sure not everyone appreciates my sense of humor in blog-land. Thanks for hosting SYC, it's always a fun and informative party. I find myself lingering there a long time, going down the internet rabbit-hole. Smile, Sandi

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  6. Ha ha--I think there's too much fun going on in your kitchen, Sandi :) Love all of your poultry related vintage goodies. Thanks for sharing them at Vintage Charm--

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    1. It's kinda like 'Toy Story' I think...lol. Thanks for stopping by, Sandi

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  7. Fun and apparently shenanigans, lol. Thanks for stopping by, Diana, and Happy Easter, Sandi

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  8. Love the vintage decor and thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story, have a great week and have a Happy Holiday.

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Thank you for any and all comments. I will reply to any questions!
And great to meet you, Sandi