Someday, the altered art you make today will be
old, faded, falling apart, and someone else will salvage the bits and use them
in new altered art.It's the best that any piece of art can hope for

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Sunday, 17 October 2010

Remember my Girlies??

It was a lovely sunny day today and the chooks were happily free ranging in the garden so I took a few snaps of t hem so we could compare them to how they were in May when they came to live with us after leaving the Battery Farm, I think you will agree they have changed just a little bit!

Babs before

Babs Now

Kentucky Before

 Kentucky now

Ejay before

 Ejay now

Bebe before

Bebe after

ooppps didn't seem to get a piccy of Susie, don't worry she is still with us and happy

Anyone for an omlette??


  1. ooooh yum!
    Kentucky omelette?! lol

    Wow what a difference - if those before and after pics aren't a good ad for doing this I don't know what is!

  2. They are better in the feathers/flesh and we didn't have them in the pot lol

  3. Wow what a difference a little love and tender care makes. Jenny xx

  4. Wow, haven't they put weight on. They look so much better now, well done on rescueing them
    Linkon xx

  5. Don't they all look great now,bet they are pleased that the Nobbs family rescued them from the miserable life they would have had. And, they lay the tastiest eggs I have ever had. Bootiful.xxxxxxxxxx Ejay xxxxxxxxxxxx

  6. Wow Nicks, what a difference, love their names. Joey.xx

  7. Loving the 'after' pictures - what a difference to the sad 'before's'.

    How wonderful that they are enjoying their new life. This is a great feel-good story.


  8. What a difference, thanks to people like you Nicks that make their lives so much better, you are one in a million and I am so proud of what you have done for them all....Joyce xx

  9. good to see the girls again it has been a long time since we last saw them. They look lovely and healthy.

  10. Oh my word.I can't believe the difference,they are soooo gorgeous.So glad they now got a lovely mummy lol,and a good home.xx

  11. Oh these 'after' photos make me smile. What a wonderful lady you are Nicky for taking these girls in...they look fabulous! The eggs are your reward....a thankyou for giving them a second chance and a happier life and home.

  12. Oh Nick - isn't it so rewarding rescuing chooks? We have four lovely henny penny highliners too and I love them to bits!! And such good layers - we even got eggs through the winter. There is nothing nicer or more relaxing than watching our girls free range about the place. They are especially cute when they come running up to me and peck at my feet (gently) when I go to feed them. :-)
    I'm sorry I missed this post!!!


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