The Easter Critters I Did Not Buy
But oh did I want to.
DO NOT FOLLOW THOSE LINKS!
THEY ARE DANGEROUS!
I’M WARNING YOU!
Ooops! I accidentally embedded one.
(What can I say? My fingers, I washed them and can’t do a thing with them.)
What do I mean by dangerous?
Dangerous enough to convince myself that my dogs (including the squirrel-killer) would not harm a sweet little Dutch bunny like the one I saw at the feed store and wanted to bring home to cuddle and play with and then feed it so it would produce lots of compost/manure.
Dangerous enough to tempt me to buy the wee little Buff Orpington chickies that would grow up and lay fabulous eggs and follow me around the yard and garden like a pet while the dogs (including the bird-killer) watched over them and protected them from predators.
But I have to be strong and resist temptation because we travel and anybody who travels should not have barnyard animals to worry about while they are gone.
Did I mention that the Resident Storm Chaser is allergic to eggs?
See? I’m strong. No chickens. No rabbits. No goats. (Oh yeah, I didn’t mention the goats, did I?)
So I truly have that out of my system.
Did you notice when you followed that link (because I knew you would) that there are Buff Orpingtons in those pictures?
Actually they are probably Rhode Island Reds. I know these things. I am a chicken expert because I Read Blogs. Even though I am not going to get any chickens.
Did you know you can decorate your chicken coop for Christmas?
Seriously. I am not.
Did you know some chickens lay colored eggs? As in blue? And green? Easter egg chickens!!!!
Okay, I’m through
See? She wuvs them.