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Corner Office

Mar
17


The Crooked Little Hen’s paramour, Mr. Hyde, hard at work doing….nothing…..from his porch perch overlooking the goat yard.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 17, 2010  

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  1. 3-17
    5:00
    am

    Oh my gosh! I misread the title and thought it said Coroner Office. I was scared that there had been a death. Phew!

  2. 3-17
    6:12
    am

    :lol: , Kathie!

    What a wonderful little perch…….looking down on those that beat him up, saying “HA!! I have the BEST perch on the farm!”

  3. 3-17
    7:09
    am

    I’d say that he is sitting up there, healing, and plotting his revenge.

  4. 3-17
    7:28
    am

    He looks like he’s still recuperating from his ordeal. Besides, how many roosters have a corner office? Hope Mr. Hyde gets better soon.

  5. 3-17
    7:49
    am

    He isn’t doing nothing. He is Supervising. You know, Management. Somebody’s gotta do it.

  6. 3-17
    9:37
    am

    I think the crooked little hen has good taste…he’s a beautiful rooster and I’m glad to see he’s recuperating.

  7. 3-17
    10:04
    am

    He has to keep an eye on those other “suitors” who might be after his crooked little hen!

  8. 3-17
    10:06
    am

    Glad to see Mr. Hyde has recovered from his banishment. He looks very content.

  9. 3-17
    10:41
    am

    Crooked Little Hen and Mr. Hyde make such a cute couple. :hug:

  10. 3-17
    12:09
    pm

    Instead of a watch dog, you have a watch-rooster! A pretty one, too; he looks like a country style decoration.

  11. 3-17
    1:38
    pm

    Who brings his coffee? Is that your job, Suzanne? :chicken: :chicken:

  12. 3-17
    6:18
    pm

    Ah Suzann3….Mr. Hyde, the rooster, is too doing “something”. He is providing you with marvelous photo-shoot opportunities. It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it. :chicken:

  13. 3-17
    7:40
    pm

    I’m so glad to see Mr. Hyde is “doing better” after his run-in with the other roosters last week. I was worried about him. He looks like he is one content rooster.

  14. 3-17
    9:45
    pm

    He looks so happy and comfy up there… wish it were me!

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