Monday, June 17, 2019

The Girls Next Door

Let me introduce you to the girls next door.
Actually they live directly behind me...
I guess you can consider that next door, depending on your perspective, right?

They are all such beautiful ladies too...
...quite voluptuous, I might even say.
I mean, look at the size of those.......well, I think you know where I'm going with this.

But, hey...curvy women are good, right??

There are three blondes...

...two gorgeous red-heads...

...two with lovely, silky black feathers locks...(get away from the camera, Blondie)....

...and one that is sporting a gorgeous salt and pepper do.

I can't keep their names straight but they are, in random order,
Marilyn, Jane, Dorothy, Audrey, Liz, Sofia, Natalie and Bridgette.
I tried getting them all together in one photo but it was like rounding up a bunch of chickens.

For the most part, they are pretty good neighbors and they behave themselves.
Every now and then though, they can get a little carried away...
...probably just one of the many hen parties they host on a regular basis.
 And just the other day when I was sitting on the front porch,
I heard someone let out several annoyingly loud shrieks.
I swear it sounded like one of them had just laid and egg or something! was an egg!
Happy Monday, y'all!



  1. LOL! Love it girl! Nothing wrong with those curvy gals that like to QUACK a lot. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  2. Not only do I love colorful chickens, your colorful descriptions are good too. ;)

  3. They look gorgeous. Yes, curvy women are good, at least I hope so, after all I can see myself in a mirror.LOL

  4. Cute post, Debbie! The chickens are beautiful and look so healthy.

  5. Those girls next door are a gorgeous brood aren't they. I am in total agreement with your thoughts on curvy women, seeing as I just happen to be one. =) I rather love the hen who is wearing the emerald green feathers; so pretty. Thank you for making me smile this lovely day, Debby.

  6. Fun post Debby! What are you cooking up with all those fresh eggs!

  7. They are indeed cuties. We have six black rock chickens which we enjoy immensely, they are such fun to sit and watch.

  8. What a cute list, Debby! I enjoyed your creative writing about your neighbors next door! My youngest so used to have chickens in the city, no less, at his old house. I loved getting the beautiful fresh eggs. I hope you have a happy week!

  9. Oops... I meant cute post! I also meant my youngest son. Sometimes my iPhone just doesn’t cooperate. Ugh!

  10. This is SO much fun! You should enter this to be published! It would be entertaining to read for anyone! Hope you're having a good've given us lots of smiles!

  11. Oh what a cute post. How nice to have them as neighbors.
    They are a nice looking bunch of chickens. : )

  12. Beautiful.

  13. Oh, the chickens next door are so charming. My sister used to have chickens in her back yard, and she would get fresh eggs all the time. I don't think I've ever seen blonde ones, how interesting. The salt and pepper one is sure pretty. Oh, and one of them laid an egg! That would really be something. Enjoy your neighbors, Debby.


  14. Oh, I so loved this...I think chickens are so photogenic. If you ever get the chance, read Once Upon a Flock: Life with My Soulful Chickens by Lauren Scheuer. It is a most enjoyable read and I bet you would love it. It is not lendable or I would lend it to you. I happend to get it when it was free...I am talking kindle edition of course.

  15. You have some great neighbors there! :)

  16. Beautiful! I never realized how pretty a chicken could be until people started going crazy about them and almost making them pets as well as enjoying their eggs.


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