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Friday, June 15, 2012

A VERY long and hard day today,, rose at 3 a.m..., worked from 3:45a.m until 1:05p.m.. I am VERY tired!!!
I just finished drinking a half gallon of lemonade, will polish that off with another half gallon of water.. I drank two glass of iced tea before the lemonade, plus another two glasses of water at work.. I think I have my fluid intake for the day ,, especially water!!!
A coworker's family raises chickens as pets, as a hobby,, they have one chicken who lays BLUE EGGS.. Yes, blue!! I bought some and will boil a couple of them and take them to my mom this weekend for a goof. He calls them their Easter eggs!! They are a pale blue. some of them have little spots on them,, but they a are pale blue!!
They are organic,, nothing fed to these chickens but corn and organic feed!!
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DEBBIEANNE1124 6/16/2012 12:34AM

    Wow! so those would be the best eggs ever, then.

Hmmmmm not that's a lotta water Lin! It must be really hot.

I, so, wish we ahd a refrigerator that had automatic icemaker & filtered water.

PEACE!

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MOMMA_BEAR_69 6/15/2012 11:34PM

    I remember my grandmother having chickens that laid baby blue (powder blue) eggs. I remember telling her I didn't like those ones. (I had never tasted them either) lol
Have a great weekend!!!


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NORASPAT 6/15/2012 8:20PM

    We ate Duck eggs, there was actually a colour on the paint box palette called duck egg blue.
I wrote this and lost it. I did say I like duck eggs and we have no chicken farms any more. We do eat chickens , HUGS Pat in Maine. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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PRUPLEBEAR 6/15/2012 8:14PM

    My grandma had chickens that laid blue eggs when I was younger. They are so pretty!


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THINAGIN2 6/15/2012 4:11PM

    I had some of those chickens at one time. We would get blue, pink and green eggs. They were always a conversation piece and just as good as any other to eat!

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