May 13, 2010

Wanted: Egg Washer

Wanted: Egg-washer in the Western KY area to wash multiple eggs given by these pretty ladies each and every day.
Job may be seasonal depending on the mood of the ladies! Sometimes they refuse to work when it's cold.

Benefits include spending your free time playing with these youngsters
Or cuddling these babies
They are just too cute and fluffy!
Or sleeping like these two.
Can't get any egg washing out of Biscuit and Bessie. The hardest work they do is occasionally chasing a butterfly (usually in their sleep) or barking at the deer and turkey that frequent the feeding area out back.

Or you can sit in the rockers on the porch and enjoy the roses
or clematis on the lamp post....
Hurry this job opening will not last long!

Fine print: These benefits may end on Saturday with the arrival of our milk goat. Goat milker will be added to the title of egg washer and full time employment will be established!
Just don't tell Nellie that she has competition coming!



Cher' Shots said...

Wishing I lived close enough to apply! Love the chickens, love the goat and love the flowers. Your roses are GORGEOUS!

Julie Harward said...

What a piece of Heaven you have there..we are waiting for baby chicks too! Enjoy it all! Come say hi :D

Anonymous said...

Chickens and eggs that sure brings back a lot of memories from when I was a little tike. I was the one that always had to wash the eggs.

Millie said...

It sounds like a perfect job! I especially like the idea of napping on the deck.

Elle Bee said...

The chickens are adorable! Wish I could take the job!

Andora said...

I guess I will let someone else apply..I did a lot of that growing up..but I will sit on that beautiful...I planted 6 climbing roses this year so I am hoping they will be as pretty as yours have a wonderful place there...the goat is so cute...take care...

KentuckyFarmGirl said...

I bought that rose bush last year from the Amish greenhouse and it grew all winter and I am so proud of how well it did this year!

Cheryl said...

Love home grown eggs, but now sure how much washing I would get done from flower gazing.

Callie said...

Hopefully the rainy season is over and there will be no more muddy eggs for a while. Lovely rose!


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