Thursday, August 27, 2009

Its a Rooster Party!






I only have two roosters....sad, but true. After all this Rooster exposure...I think I'll be looking for more Roosters to add to my small collection.

This Rooster Pot was a gift from my friend Marsha. I'm thinking she thought my other Rooster was lonely, so she offered this wonderful cooking pot to keep him company.

It's pretty cool.

I fell for this large Rooster five years ago and couldn't go without having him for my kitchen. He was at an antique store in Modesto and even though he's not an antique....I just had to have him. He's pretty special and usually sits on top my kitchen cupboards overlooking the entire kitchen. He came down for the party.

I have a couple of hens around the house, but since there hens...they didn't want to spoil the party!
I want to thank Barb @ Bella Vista for hosting this grand party. I hear there are over 200 participants. I'm really enjoying all of these Roosters.
Please hop on over to her blog for more fun.
Happy Friday!
Mumzie



24 comments:

Linda said...

You may only have 2, but they are charming! I love the way you put the sunflowers with them - so Frenchy! Linda

marty39 said...

Your large rooster is so regal and just gorgeous. I can see why you had to have him. Stunning. I also love the wonderful pot and inside the basket with the open side it is just about the cutest ever. Love them both. Hugs, Marty

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Hi Mumzie, okay, I am drooling on my keyboard. That rooster is to die for!!!!! I love your new header too!

Thank you for sharing and helping me to celebrate this day.

Barb :-)

Susie Q said...

I love them all but I adore the one on the last picture! It is easy to see why yo had to have him!! He is wonderful! Well, ALL your fowl friends are wonderful!!
Thank you for sharing with us!
Love and cock-a-doodly-doo!
Sue

Mrs. P. said...

Great roosters! I'm really liking the basket with the cooking pot rooster.

Blessings!
Gail

Manuela@Pleasures of Homemaking said...

That large rooster is just beautiful! I love how the back really looks like feathers! Just gorgeous!

Thanks for visiting my blog! Tasha Tudor was an interesting woman. If you were looking for my rooster post it's below that one!

Manuela

Blondie's Journal said...

I agree with Linda!! Two are enough when they are as cute as the ones you have. I'd snap them up in a minute if I saw them in a store!! And if you read my post, you will find that I am now notorious for not really loving roosters!!

Love your blog!! Are you having fun meeting new people at the party!!! :-)

xoxo
Jane

Micki said...

These ar so cute! I love them!You have stunning pieces!
Micki

Sue said...

Yvonne, that ceramic rooster is spectacular!!! I love his tail feathers- he is definitely king of the roost! Your new header is so attractive. You've been busy... How's the weather there? We still have to go back to CA to get our son's things out of storage and get them sent back to OH. Want to wait for a little cooler weather, if possible.
Hugs, Sue

The Green Pea said...

I like your big Mr. Roo he looks so proud!! Have a nice weekend. Sandi

Edie Marie's Attic said...

Hi Mumzie!

You may not have a big collection but the 2 you have are spectacular!! The black & white is gorgeous and the pot in the basket is adorable. I'm a basket lover and that is a charmer!

Loved all your horse photos. Beautiful!

Hugs, Sherry

Beansieleigh said...

I'm sure the number of roosters is not an issue at this party!! Yours are BEAUTIFUL! Hope you've been enjoying all the rooster festivities today, and that you have a wonderful weekend! ~tina

Carolyn (Harbor Hon) said...

Hi Mumzie!
First let me say that your header picture is lovely. It doesn't matter how many roosters you have as long as you joined the party girl! :) I agree with everyone that said they liked the pot inside the basket. How pretty was that? Thanks for taking the time to visit my little blog. Have a nice weekend. xxoo

Rhondi said...

Hi Mumzie
I LOVE the black and white rooster. He is gorgeous!!
Hugs, Rhondi

JKW said...

He is gorgeous and Big. I can see why you are so drawn to him. Blessings, Janet

Barb said...

It is not the quantity but the quality that counts. I only have 3 myself. Your roosters are very lovely.

hugs,
Barb

Bearly Sane said...

Handsome roosters and so beautifully displayed with those gorgeous sunflowers...I love sunflowers too.
Hugs,
Sandi - My Roosters Party On

Ms. Bake-it said...

Hello Mumzie,

Great roosters! I can see why you had to have your large rooster, he is quite georgeous!

~ Tracy

Mumzie said...

OHHH! I forgot my Rooster Oil Lamp sitting out on the patio. Well, maybe he'll make the next "Rooster Party!" Mumzie :)

Irma's Rose Cottge said...

Still makig the rounds! What a lovely Rooster! Thanks for sharing.

Irma :)

Julie said...

Hi I love yor Roosters, Yes I am still trying to get to all the great party's.... I am having a give-a-way to celebrate my 1 month Blogoversary.... Please stop over at my place to celebrate ...

Sarah said...

Mumzie, I can see why you fell for that fella! He is a beauty!!!
Sorry I'm late arriving. Still working my way through the parties. I don't want to miss a one!

Thanks, Sarah @ hyacinthforthesoul.blogspot.com

DeniseMarie said...

I showed my hens! I love your post!

nancy said...

Cute post. I never heard of the Rooster party. I wish I would of known sooner I would of find some around the house. I Love the country rooster. It is charming. Take care! Nancy