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Lesson 1125 – The Good Egg

This morning I was having an online conversation with a friend. At the end of our conversation (where several positive things were decided) I signed off by telling him that he was a “Good Egg.”

He returned with this:

Thanks Wendy. “Good Egg” has long been a high compliment in my book. Did you use it before you started the chicken raising?

To which I replied:

Nope, only after I realized how much work, time, and effort goes into creating something that is given away to nourish others did I ever truly realize that the term “good egg” is a true compliment of the highest order.

 Well, it’s the truth.


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

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