Welcome to our coop  (est 1982)

An old rooster and a cute chic live here


The rooster may rule the coop, but the hen rules the rooster!

The rooster crows but the hen delivers.


Laying an egg is not an easy task, cause we’re not spring chickens anymore.

     Wicked chickens lay deviled eggs


I can rise and shine but not at the same time.

You have to wake up with the chickens, cause a chickens work is never done.


This chicken is pooped.

Hope you and your roosters are having plenty to cluck about

The last one in, is a rotten egg.

Feelin’ cooped up? Must be time for a hen party.

Putting on my thinking feathers

What happens at the coop, stays in the coop.


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  • Terry says:

    This theme featuring chickens is one of my favorites. I love how you tied all the things I’ve watched you buy together, the green, black and white check, burlap and chickens. You have a special talent! Love you!

  • Twinda says:

    love the tablecloth and feathers on the table. My favorite thing is the use of chicken wire. i get a very warm feeling in this kitchen.

  • BeBe Bingen says:

    What a great fantastic website. I love all your kitchens! Great meeting you at the Depression Glass Sale & Show. BeBe

  • kim piscopo says:

    WOW!!!!!! what can I say this is absolutely awesome. Joe will want this for sure wait till I show this to him. He loves Roosters!!! I love everything about this and some of things you find lady and just have no idea where? I love the rooster paintings they are beautiful, the rooster statues also beautiful… the things you matched with this the country white and charm amazing. I like this one a lot miss Janis, this needs to be added to kims top ones. love love love it…. love you…

  • Grandma says:

    Janice love the country chickens it is so French….my favorite is the table, because of the silverware.
    You have done a wonderful job…so entertaining love mama.

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