He Doesn’t Even Have a License

Jun
14


Crazy kid!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on June 14, 2010  

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  1. 6-14
    1:11
    am

    You might find an egg or two. Those chickens sure get around, mark little girls. :o :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

  2. 6-14
    1:12
    am

    I meant to put smart little girls.

  3. 6-14
    1:33
    am

    I love that!!!

  4. 6-14
    1:59
    am

    :chicken: :sheep: Pretty soon you’ll have a chicken-driven truck going down the road, followed by the rascally rogue sheep!!!

  5. 6-14
    5:27
    am

    :lol: :lol: :lol:

  6. 6-14
    6:47
    am

    That’s pretty close to capturing a picture of chickens in the rd. :happyfeet:

  7. 6-14
    7:03
    am

    Great way to start the Monday! :chicken:

  8. 6-14
    8:47
    am

    Playing “chicken” behind the wheel is a sure way to have your car insurance premiums go up ;)

  9. 6-14
    9:02
    am

    I’m afraid this is just the beginning, Suzanne. Next thing will be date night…..movie, popcorn…..good thing you have no back seat in the truck.

  10. 6-14
    9:10
    am

    Hahaha…one of my daughters hen’s like that. Always in and around human things. On cars, sleeping on the front porch rug, trying to eat off picnic plates!

  11. 6-14
    10:40
    am

    Little N says that the rooster can be the new driver, but watch out for road rage! :chicken: :turtle:

  12. 6-14
    12:10
    pm

    Cute! Is he a Cochin? Can’t see his legs but he looks just like my little Bantum Cochin Rooster.

  13. 6-14
    12:16
    pm

    Maybe he’s driving to Tilly’s!

    (At the end of this book http://www.amazon.com/Tillie-Lays-Egg-Terry-Golson/dp/054500537X Tilly is pictured in a truck.)

  14. 6-14
    12:38
    pm

    He was just jealous of Weston getting his license. Younger children are like that.

  15. 6-14
    12:47
    pm

    Can he even reach the pedals?!?!?

  16. 6-14
    1:02
    pm

    No, we don’t have any cochins!

  17. 6-14
    2:23
    pm

    Only because he couldn’t tell the lady where the headlights were! :lol:

  18. 6-14
    7:50
    pm

    You’re going to have to change the name of your blog from Chickens in the Road to Chickens Everywhere! :chicken:

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