Not so long ago I wondered if they'd ever lay; now they've been eggsonerated, and are laying 3 a day.
The boss, Edwina, lays the big white eggs on the left above, many of which are double yolkers (like the one on eggstreme left).
The 2 Richards eggshibit more delicate ways, and lay smaller, and slightly pinkish, eggs (right).
All three have turned out to be eggsemplary hens, and now eggescute their duties in an eggscellent fashion.
Well done my beauties; you are an eggsample to hens everywhere!
Cro, you asked on my blog where I had gone. Once again I am unable to post a comment on my blog (even with Google Chrome. The top line doesn't show and doesn't appear to register.ReplyDelete
I also lost all connection with the outside world but have now installed a new router and am back in touch again.
Lovely looking eggs by the way. Your comment on it being October means it should be spring by now.
I eggspect they just needed a little egging on. (Sorry, that's the best I can do at this early hour.) Lovely eggs.ReplyDelete
That's quite a haul of potential omlets there Cro.ReplyDelete
You must be eggstatic!
Eggsactly why is it that the word 'egg' seems to make people use eggstremely bad puns using it?ReplyDelete
Your hens are not behaving as eggnigmatic as you would have us believe :)ReplyDelete
Phew...girls....you have been saved from the roasting pan.ReplyDelete
Lovely eggs, I'll have a mushroom omlett please :o)ReplyDelete
Eggcellent! How about a mushroom souffle?ReplyDelete
white eggs were never popular... I love em.....only one of my girls lays white unsReplyDelete
I've never seen pink eggs before--Julia would love them. Looks like things are coming along nicely for you and those hens!ReplyDelete
this is truly eggsiting and I am eggstremely happy for you and the girls that all has turned out eggcedingly well...you can have too much of this madness. Lovely!ReplyDelete
I think all the egg words have been used now.ReplyDelete
Just to make an announcement, as someone who has been given the opportunity to sample a few of these eggs, sitting at the French table with a newly laid egg and a piece of toast for breakfast makes it all worthwhile. Tescos have no idea of the real thing. ThanksReplyDelete
There was a Two Ronnie's sketch
F U N E X ? or F U N E M N X ? it's on youtube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-mX9T2qyIQ
Wonderful, Carol. I'd forgotten that one!ReplyDelete