Saturday, August 7, 2010

It's Saturday Morning and I Missed the Rooster Party!

I'm just a gimpy old hen!

Well, it's Saturday morning and last night's first of the month "Friday Night Dinner" went well with fifteen in attendance.  Everyone brought something to contribute to the menu,which was full and very tasty... Baby back ribs, salads, grilled corn on the cob, baked beans, and red velvet cupcakes! 

Anyway, I realized this morning that I had missed the Rooster Party!  Fortunately, I got everything done for the dinner party last night, but forgot to post my roosters.  I will post some quick pictures of my roosters. Earlier this last week my back went out and I've been gimping around for days.  I did manage to do some Ombudsman duties, but missed my Thursday volunteer gig at KP.   So, you see I am just a gimpy old hen and I do apologize.

Last night was so much fun though.  Our new little addition to the family, Aiden Christopher was here for the first time.  Erika's mom Virgin who is visiting from Puerto Rico joined us, and since yesterday was Miranda's birthday we celebrated her 26th to boot.  Great Grandpa Al even made it back from his camping trip, and got to see and hold little Aiden for the first time.  It was a celebration.


Laraine Winery salt & peppers.

My new chicken plates.

My main rooster standing high over the kitchen.

He's my Portuguese "Good Luck Rooster"



Mumzie
 

11 comments:

LindyLouMac said...

I loved seeing your chicken collection as many years ago we kept chickens and at that time collected our own chicken related 'stuff' a lot of which we still have. However what was the Rooster Party you missed? Am I missing something which as a follower I should be au fait with:(

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh I love all of your roosters. They are just wonderful. The big one you showed last is just fabulous. Great collection. Hugs, Marty

Micki said...

You have quit the collection...I enjoyed everything!
Micki

Sue said...

Yvonne, I love your big rooster high on the cupboards. And the salt and pepper shakers are so sweet, too. I have the black and white rooster and hen plates, too. They were a gift from a SIL a few years ago. I move them around every so often. In fact, all my roos take a break and disappear for months on end when I get tired of them. I kept checking back to see if you'd posted yesterday. Life does get busy for us, doesn't it? Have a great weekend, my friend.
hugs, Sue

Laura @ The Shabby Rabbit said...

Simply fell in love with the salt and peppers! Thanks for sharing your great collection!

Laura

Mimi said...

You have a nice collection of roosters. I have those same plates, they are among my favorites. Thanks for sharing.

Homemade Quilts by Granny said...

Nice collection you have. Trish

someplace in thyme said...

It looks like you made it and in a big way. Everything is beautiful. I hope that you are feeling much better by now. Char

Nancy said...

What a great collection and no worries as we all love seeing them anytime! I especially like the hen in the first photo.

So nice to meet you and find your lovely blog!

Nancy

Bonnie@Creative Decorating said...

I am trying to make it through to all the rooster parties this week!! I am on the "M's" now!! I love your collection of roosters! I first scrolled too far down and put my comment on the next post!!! So I deleted and started over!! Silly me!

JKW said...

Love the salt & pepper shakers with the sunflowers. Too Cool. Thank you for sharing. Blessings, Janet