Lesson 1076 – Tiny chickens for a tiny house

I meant to get this post up earlier. You, who read my blog know that my posts *usually* get up before noon, buuttttt, I was reading a good book this morning (Conversion by Katherine Howe) and then I went and played tennis (can I just say that tennis outdoors on a sunny day is heaven.) After that my daughters wanted me to take them to get organizers (have you seen their messy room lately? I WILL NOT say “no” to a request for an organizer – let’s just say it gives me hope.) But enough is enough, the time has come and my seat is in chair – here we go:

Here’s a question: When you write about chickens and the dream of living in a tiny house someday, what does your friend send you?

That’s right, she acknowledges your passions by sending you a perfectly tiny blown glass chicken that doesn’t take up much space, delights the entire flock, and which would look completely at home inside a tiny house.

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“I figure WHEN you get your very own tiny house, he’ll be the perfect size to fit right in.”

Do I have the best friends or what?

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Wendy Thomas writes about the lessons learned while raising children and chickens in New Hampshire. Contact her at Wendy@SimpleThrift.com

Also, join me on Facebook to find out more about the flock (children and chickens) and see some pretty funny chicken jokes, photos of tiny houses, and even a recipe or two.

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3 responses to “Lesson 1076 – Tiny chickens for a tiny house

  1. Suddenly Jamie (@suddenlyjamie)

    Nothing but big grins over here. LOVE the pictures.🙂 Happy to see he’s already looking quite at home.

  2. Linda Bickfotd

    Great tiny chickens🙂

  3. lscheuer

    ha! My chickens are going to have an enormous coop right next to my minuscule Tiny House. Let’s build ours side-by-side….huh, Wendy?

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