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Eggs from Easter Hens

Happy Easter to you! I hope you are having a fun weekend wherever you may be. I’m sure that I am having fun, although I have no idea exactly what I’ll be doing when you read this.

I am not here, you see. Well, I am here now, but I won’t be here when this is published. I set the blog to automatically publish on Easter. So by the time you read this, I will be visiting my family – or at least a big chunk of my family. (We couldn’t all make it, alas.)

The above eggs are some of the first that my nephews’ chickens laid last summer. Aren’t they beautiful? The photo doesn’t truly capture the lovely shades of blue and green in their shells, but I thought it would be nice to see some natural Easter eggs. They were actually laid by hens who were Easter gifts to my nephews for Easter 2009.

It’s been a busy winter/spring transition on my end, and I have neglected my blog, and even worse, have neglected to read all the blogs that I love. I look forward to coming home and getting nesty like a hen, incubating new ideas, and hatching some of the plans that I have been feeling so broody about for so long.

Until then, have fun! See you in the blogosphere… soon!

Tui Snider
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  1. Hi there Tui! Just coming over to check out your blog…
    See you soon.

    • mentalmosaic mentalmosaic

      Hey, thanks for stopping by, Linda! I enjoyed your post on Laree’s blog. :) ~Tui

  2. Ah-ha, now I see Dr Seuss referred to the shells when he wrote ‘GREEN Eggs and Ham’!
    The eggs are beautiful! Wish we were there. Sigh.

    • mentalmosaic mentalmosaic

      You were definitely missed, my dear! sniff…

      Y’know, we did eat ham for Easter! xo! :)

  3. Sheila Octaviano Sheila Octaviano

    Love the colorful eggs! My daughter gets eggs like that from her chickens. I will be posting eggs in my blog, too, in just a few minutes, but they are the dyed version. Along with some old Easter pics of the grandkids. I like how you led into your goals with the chicky/eggy theme! Hope to see you around more!

    • mentalmosaic mentalmosaic

      I miss raising chickens. They are so entertaining. The eggs are a lovely bonus. I haven’t been online much at all lately, Sheila. I’ll bet there’s a lot of wonderfulness to explore on your blog! :)

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