what a sweet photo! Amazing.
What a simple and pretty photo. The post title is perfect. :)
so touching, the love between these two! :)
I should follow her lead to just be; she and the chicken are so calm and quiet with each other! Those two make a lovely picture!
We all need to do just that for at least a few moments each day, don't you think? Precious photo!
Amazing photo! It's good to see you have a tame chicken. :)
Awesome photo, sweet how they are so content together. I love it.
Lovely, simply lovely. ♥
Beautiful, cheers Marie
How sweet! My four year old son can often be spotted just wandering around the yard with his favorite chicken "Clover" in his arms.
A perfect moment to treasure of just being. Really beautiful and how we learn so much through our children.
Fabulous photo! This is one that you will look back on years later and smile....
Me too!! I am not very comfortable around chickens!
pure and natural:)
children are the best teachers...she looks so at peaceblessings~elizabeth
Oh...what a marvelous picture!!!We did our Christmas picture last year with our chickens in it!!!(I'm a bit of a chicken nut)!xo maureen
My oldest is like that too...and she has this other way of speaking to nature and the animals, both tamed and wild. They just come to her and are there. I think our daughters would get along.:)Lisa
Oh Tonya, this is so sweet, it reminds me of my girls with their chickens:) They often sit with their chickens on thier laps and those chickens do seem to purr...
Oh how I miss our chickens..they are so soft around the neck too.
Very sweet photo! I love it. :)
I know just what you mean, Tonya. :)
lovely lovely, have left a special treat over on my blog for you xx
I know what you mean :)Just a beautiful picture.
you've got a chicken whisperer! now i needed her this time last year...
lovely image Tonya. They both look so peaceful :-) Just this Sunday past, the gospel at mass was the story of Martha and Mary - Martha so busy, always rushing about trying to make everything just right, and Mary taking the time to sit quietly to listen and reflect. Our lives are so consumed with caring for our homes and families - as they should be - that to find that time can be difficult and rare but nevertheless, so very important so that we may continue our work and play with thoughtfulness and care. May you find some opportunities in your busy busy days to hold one of these moments for yourself :-)
A peaceful photo and sentiments shared : )
<3 So perfect. My 3 year old spends so much of his day hanging out with our black australorp that it melts my heart.