Sunday, May 15, 2011

What kind of eggs are these?

Look what I found!


Oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo...what bird can they possibly be from?


*kekekekekekekekke* they are forgotten easter eggs!  OH YUM!!  It's so lovely to come across surprises like this!    Especially when a little glum that Mr Lavender has left the flock and has gone to learn how to go from being a manhen to a rooster!  I wish the little lad luck.  I'll checking in on him from time to time so will post pics as I go of what he is growing into!

Happy Sunday night everyone xoxo

22 comments:

  1. What lovely eggs! Oh so you think Lavender is a boy? I hope he doesn't have an identity crisis!
    Ps you asked about my raspberries, I have no idea what variety they are as the inlays bought them for me.
    X

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  2. Whoops, I meant "inlaws" not inlays. Darn pesky iPod!

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  3. :) I do the same thing...that predictive text!! I got Autumn fruiters recently as I know I can just cut them down, whilst some of the other varieties you have to know which canes to cut! Too hard. Yours look so lovely! My favourite fruit, raspberries, yummmmmm...
    Yup Lavender is definitely a Mr Lavender!!

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  4. I love all kinds of surprises. First the candy eggs and now poor Lavender. I hope he has thick feathers. With such a beautiful name he will need them!!

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  5. Haha for a moment there I thought your chickens had produced them! :P Now if there was a chocolate egg laying chicken then I think we'd all have chickens :P

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  6. Hi Bella's mum! Yup he is a tough cookie so I think he'll be ok, as long as he works out he can't lay eggs :)

    Ooooooooo Lorraine, imagine that! YUM warm chocolate eggs, like little chocolate puddings!

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  7. Yum! They're Cadburys mini eggs? Love surprises too, especially chocolate ones...

    Good luck Mr Lavender! ;-)

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  8. I thought it was a real egg. Nice comfort food. So it is a Mister Lavendar, a handsome chap.

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  9. Those are the BEST kind of eggs :-)

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  10. That looks just delicios, Mrs Bok! Thank you so, so much for your kind comment on my blog today! It really made my day to know that I may inspire someone on the other side of our planet! I will enjoy follow your lovely blog, too:)
    Take care,
    Charlotta

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  11. they look delicious! mmmm chocolate!
    xxx

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  12. I love raspberries too what variety are autumn fruiting? I'd love to get some

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  13. We are also coming to terms with of our little ladies becoming a little lad. Our Phoebe chicken is now officially a ¨Phoebus¨ rooster, however he is a quite a handsome rooster.

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  14. well i admit you had me going with the egg pics...and dear mr. lavender...this should be interesting to figure out, too...thank you for the smiles across the miles... -xok.

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  15. Hello!
    Thanks for your kind comments on my blogg yesterday and today!
    Of cours you must get a Honeysuckle :-)i have lots of them in my garden!I just love them:-)
    Hugs from me!

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  16. Oh sorry to hear about Mr Lavender. Nothing like a bit of chocolate to cheer you up.

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  17. Hi, I have just returned from a brief trip to the UK and am now enjoying catching up with my favourite blogs. Some interesting posts and you fooled me for a minute with this one, as I thought about what they could be :)

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  18. I have no idea but they are very cute!!hughs Anja

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  19. Bahahaha! You got me. :) And here I was all day searching my house for some vestige of chocolate...

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  20. HA Daffodil! You have a chicken/rooster called Phoebe! I have known more animals in my life with the same name as me than people!

    Cute eggs Mrs B! I know a place that has Aracunas for sale that will be ready by August. I don't know if they are bantams though...

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  21. Mmmm, chocolate Easter eggs, my favorite! Yes, we did indeed enjoy our early summer, but it's already gone. Now it's chilly and rainy again! I want summer back! Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  22. Hahaha...I thought you'd had a visit from a quail! They are very cute, glad they tasted good too! :)

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