that flowers really pretty, my grandma had them in her garden, i have very fond memories <3 may she rest in peace thankyou for reviving those memories x
I love the Fushia. Very good. I wish I had thought of that.
No nuts, but beautiful photos non the less. Fushia is my hubbies favorite.
Talk about being a nut. You made me smile :)What's up with the peaches anyway?~Lisa
I love them. I should so go to the fair tonight. :D
Lisa, There was water in the peach can! I tried to get the poor thing to move back inside her cage, she did and poked her head right back out again..Thanks for the comments:)
Very nutty (the chickens not the flower!). See you next week!
Your flower is beautiful!
That's my favourite colour of fuschia. Very pretty.
A lovely capture of the fuchsia(makes me miss my mom!) and a determined chicken!ronelle
You're a nut! Funny pic. Beautiful flower.
I can just hear that chicken clucking "aww nuts". Creative post. Loved the flower.
We also have some Dark Brahmas, they walk like velociraptors but are such teddy bears! Nice photos!
We'd have been "nuts" NOT to expect a flower. Nice chicken story too.
LOL I just love the chicken! The flower is so beautiful!
I bet that poor chicken is sayin Awww Nuts! Foiled by the cage.... AGAIN!!! lol
Great chicken escape. At least it was an attempt.
I hope you don't keep the chickens confined for too long, otherwise they go "nuts" and start pecking each other. When I was a kid, my mum kept egg layers in very confined cages, and often they bully and victimise certain hens. I will be PC here and not be too descriptive.You are very imaginative in your choice of flowers and chicken.You mention word verification. Some sites have no word verification, some do. I wonder if mine has it. Some needs profile, and that is even harder to do.Cheers,Ann
I love your comments! I am glad you stopped by! Connie