She seeketh wool, and flax, and worketh willingly with her hands. Proverbs 31

Monday, January 18, 2010

The Great Rooster Chase Is Over



Can you believe this little bird dominated our entire day! LOL The boys still hadn't caught him so I threw on my rubber boots and joined in the chase. And even though I didn't actually catch him myself (Jase did), I did remind the boys that it took a woman's motivating presence to get him caught!





Blessings,
Lea

20 comments:

Mrs. JP said...

Good for you. I know that you're glad that he's in his place. I just can't even sleep if I don't know that everyone is in there place. Maybe that's what God is teaching me in our son, the adventurer!

Mrs. JP said...

AND,,,,this is so not a wasted day for you all. Think of when you're sitting around the table recounting the events - even years from now. This is gold material for spinning yarns.

Renata said...

Oh my they certainly put you through quite a run around. We got a new rooster from our neighbours & had fun catching it as well (thankfully it was in a run, so quite contained).
I just have to say how much I love your apron!
Have a lovely day
God bless
Renata :)

Nancy M. said...

Wow, all that over such a little fella! Glad y'all were able to catch him!

Monica said...

LOL! I can totally envision how this all played out. I have chased a few chickens myself and it is not an easy task. I have never chased a rascally rooster though; I can only imagine their determination. :o) Your apron is lovely and so is your skirt and blouse; a look that I am slowly migrating to for a few reasons.

Warm Blessings,
Monica

Linda ★ Parker's Paradise said...

Such a little guy to cause such a big ruckus. Dynamite comes in small packages, right? I can see you all chasing that silly rooster around. Brings a smile to my face!
Have a great week!
★ Linda

Sue@CountryPleasures said...

You are so cute and so is that apron! Love it!

carolyn@primitive~devotion said...

LOL! That made me smile this morning! Glad that little rascal was finally caught!

Have a great week!

Christa said...

Ok, I must comment on your skirt and apron. Very cute! Very cute indeed!
Glad you finally caught your chicken. :0)

Christa

Katy~The Country Blossom said...

Ahahahaha! Totally cracks me up!!! :) Glad he got caught!!! :)

Farmchick said...

Well at least everyone got their exercise for the day! :) Hope you are doing well. Stop on over and visit me soon. :)

Lea said...

Hi Lea!
We haven't bumped into eachother in awhile! Looks like that little rascal gave you quite a day! lol
HAHA CRRRRAZY ROOSTER!

Elizabeth said...

Glad you got him! You are making memories!

Debra said...

I think it may have been your pretty apron that did the trick-! So glad you got him back!
Love, Debra

Nancy Jo said...

Lea,
Well since I don't have a rooster and its cold here I stayed inside today. I posted a picture of a really good book to read, and I have been working in my NEW craft area that Richard made for me.Pictures of that too.
You will have to post a picture of your quilt when you get it put together. Also your oufit for chasing a rooster was just fine.
Nancy Jo

Cathy said...

Well, a rooster chase is sure something you don't read about everyday!! Lea, you are sooo funny! :) but sooo right! One determined woman can sure get things done! hehehe!!
Hugz,
Cathy ♥♥

marie said...

What a great way to spend a day - chasing a rooster! That sounds so much better than answering phones and talking about insurance.

You look wonderful Lea! So happy!

Marmee's Pantry said...

lol ~ I'm sure the lesson was learned!

Just love your skirt & apron!

Blessings from Ohio...Kim W<><

Rose Mary said...

They really can be hard to catch! Good job on Jases part~with some encouragement from his mom!

I love your skirt, Lea!

ByLightOfMoon said...

So glad he is back where he belongs too! I adore your skirt and apron! You should send a photo to Mary Janes's Farm site. She has a wonderful magazine I splurged on, one of the only ones I get anymore. Just google her name..

Smiles, Cyndi