Saturday, January 9, 2010

Ahem...

Excuse me, pardon me for interrupting. I'm terribly sorry. Hi, my name is Sammy. Sammy Chicken.

Yes, that is my last name. Why do you ask?


Um, anyway, I, uh, was just wondering if I could possibly, I mean if you would perhaps be so kind to, uh, entertain the idea to allow me to, uh, well since you seem to be sitting down anyway maybe I could, uh, perch in your lap and warm my toes for awhile because it's, uh, FREAKIN' COLD OUT HERE!

12 comments:

Milah said...

Don't tell me they're asking for stockings too! LOL!

Anonymous said...

And they say chickens are dumb. Bless his little rooster heart.

thecrazysheeplady said...

Oh, just go ahead and let them come in the house. Someone who works with my brother has a house rooster and - no lie - he sits down and puts his feet to the fire in the winter AND goes to the groomer once a month for a wash and blow dry. I am not making this up.

Jessica [beforethedawn.org] said...

I think he'd look cute with some warm booties on!

oh my gosh thecrazysheeplady that is too funny!

Christine said...

Actually, I have to admit that Sammy is a girl. She's just rather masculine lookin. In fact that's how she got her name. It wasn't until she laid an egg that we knew for sure that he was a she. :)

Mom L said...

"She" is freakin' hilarious! Sammy, you can come perch on my lap anytime, as long as you don't scare Emma. And, crazysheeplady, now I've heard everything!!!

Nancy in frozen Iowa

Nancy K. said...

i think you should let Sammy and her friends in with the sheep. Then they could perch on the backs of the sheep and have their own personal "wool socks"!

;-)

Karen Anne said...

crazysheeplady, does your brother's friend's chicken use a litter box? (Still trying to figure out how I can have chickens...)

Miss Jean said...

Sorry, Sammy! It's cold here in California, also. You'll just have to have your Mom get you a heat lamp and some hot chocolate.

Christine said...

Karen Anne, believe it or not there is such a thing as chicken diapers. Keeping chickens inside is not as uncommon as you would believe!

Milah said...

While we were vacationing on Cayman Island my husband went into someones house and he said they had chickens walking around inside. And....he said the house was clean! He was blown away, he couldn't believe what he had seen!

Karen Anne said...

I will have to look into that once I finish ripping up the inside of my house :-) Also whether there is a chicken vet around.