Sunday, December 7, 2008

Meg, The Christmas Chicken




The holidays are busy.

I spent the day at a Christmas Cookie Exchange/Party. We met at Diane’s house, decorated her tree, enjoyed a potluck lunch, and sat by the fire for a chat. We all had our picture taken with Meg, the Christmas Chicken. (BTW: Meg is a pet, not going to be a meal - just thought I should clarify that point).

When the party was over, we all headed home with four dozen cookies. What a sweet party.

Diane has a cool library too, check out one wall of books, but there are three walls like this - all stuffed with great books to read.

7 comments:

Rena said...

Sounds like a great day, Kim. Love the chicken picture. I did a cookie exchange party once and it was so much fun!

Bridget Zinn said...

That sounds like fun! Does the chicken live in the house???

Kim Kasch said...

The chickens have free range -inside and out. Meg is her favorite because she's the nicest. But if you click on the Christmas tree photo, you will see all four chickens. She also has two dogs.

I usually have a neighborhood Christmas Cookie Exchange - but I haven't the last couple years.

Kelly said...

The cookie exchange sounds fun! I love that big wall of books!!!

Christina Farley said...

Oh! I'm so jealous. I miss fires.

And a chicken? Totally wild!

Amy Tate said...

I love Meg! She should have a Christmas hat!

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