Tuesday, March 15

I......Introducing Eva!


This is Eva - always first out of the henhouse, first to the breakfast porridge and first to greet me no matter what time of day. She loves being held and stroked. Oh and the big bird is me! lol!
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34 comments:

  1. She is lovely - I dream of keeping hens! Please check my comment on your Saturday post - you won my Lenten Giveaway#1 !!

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  2. Can't see the family resemblance,sorry, perhaps Eva looks more like her Daddy?!!!
    Jane x

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  3. How sweet:-) I've been dreaming again of keeping chickens but don't really think it's feasible. I'll just have to keep admiring yours;-)

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  4. I think I'll get some chickens, but right now a couple of sheep would be better, I hear they eat anything, or is that a goat?
    Anyway, your hair looks nice Denise.

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  5. Eva is a lovely gal.... and so are you!
    It is therapeutic stroking an animal, isn't it?
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  6. awwwwwwwwwwww... she is very sweet.
    I love all the different personality of our animals and pets.

    cheers, parsnip

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  7. Nice to meet your gals and put a face to you too Denise. :)

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  8. I loved meeting Eva, but I loved meeting you in person today. Thanks for sharing yourself with us today.

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  9. Hello Eva! I'd love to cuddle a hen!
    I went to The Beetroot Tree Gallery in Derbyshire a while back and they have hens in the garden, one othem had got out and she let me pick her up and cuddle her, we had quite a 'chat' too!

    Sandie xx

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  10. Good job my Max can't use the computer as I am sure he would fancy her rotten.

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  11. Nice to meet you Eva and to see you Denise. I just never think of a hen as having much personality. You and your hen sagas have proven me wrong. Have a great day with your renovation.

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  12. Denise, Eva is lovely. I wouldn't have believed you post about chickens liking to be pet until just recently. My charges do not have names that I am aware of but they sure do have unique personalities!
    Thanks for sharing and have a great week.
    Smiles

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  13. Well nice to meet you and Eva...she's looks a sweetie...

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  14. She is sweet, nice to see a picture of you too.

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  15. Lovely picture Denise - of you both! I wish our chooks were this calm, there a bunch of scatty madams at the best of times!

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  16. For your sins....

    You are now on my daily reading list.

    Best wishes,

    The Lakelander

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  17. a couple of cute chicks. or is that sexist?

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  18. you are so funny.
    Eva is cute, she is lucky to have you.
    smiles.

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  19. So pretty and Interesting!


    Please come and see my ABC Wednesday post, thanks!

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  20. Very nice looking picture the two of you here.

    I often wonder if a hen could be kept as indoor pets like one keeps a parrot indoors. I guess some day I will just have to try that.

    Be sure to pop on over to check out my I post when you get the chance. Thanks.

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  21. I would love to keep a couple of chickens, but our yard is too small.

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  22. What fun to see you and Eva. I never would think a hen would love stroking...perhaps we're not so different.. HaHa.

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  23. Cute pic...I think maybe your shortest post ever? lol

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  24. She is lovely, you are lucky to have a friend like Eva ;-)

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  25. Hello Eva!!

    People used to think of chickens as pretty boring, not very bright creatures, didn't they? I think perhaps it's convenient to look at them that way for some, but they're quite fascinating with their hierarchy and their little foibles, aren't they?

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  26. Ahh, she's lovely. It's nice that she likes to be petted.

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  27. How lovely to have Eva so happy to see you! Nice to see you too Mrs N!
    Lisa x

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  28. Two birds with one shot :-)

    Nice!!

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  29. OH no! Don't do it Rosy! They are so messy (no offense Evie) and they have this great urge to scratch as well as not being kitti-litter trainable. I think it would be a disaster, though I'm sure they are cuddly and sweet,-- but out of doors.

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  30. Good to meet you Eva ~ Be careful though, you mother is working hard and gaining muscles...That hold she has on your neck might be just a tad uncomfortable in a short while. ;)

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  31. Pleased to meet you both :)
    Ours enjoy being handled and will often hop up on a knee. It's special isn't it?

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Thank you for your comments, always nice to know somebody has taken the time to let me know what they think.

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