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Chickens, Gypsy Wagons and Marriage Part 2

Today I have found the MOST Fabulous Friday Find ever. Ever, I tell you. OK, so it’s not jewelry or high fashion… but it could be supernatural.

Some of you may remember a post that I wrote last year titled: Chickens, Gypsy Wagons and Marriage. That is where it all begins. It tells the story of a charming wife’s (me) desire to talk her charming husband (Farmboy) into getting some charming chickens. He does not want to- to put it lightly. Somehow she manages to convince him that if they could buy this old gypsy wagon looking thing that she’s seen for years sitting out in a pasture it would make the perfect mobile hen house. Alas, when they went to look at it, it was gone and so were her dreams of chicken ownership. (The story is actually much more interesting and funny than this summary.)

My vision of the gypsy wagon hen coop.

But… today. Someone tweeted me a link. Do you see the irony? T w e e t e d me a link to a picture. It’s the best link I’ve ever been tweeted.  I nearly fainted when I saw the picture. I thought it was impossible. There may need to be some modifications… but what do you think?

I think I may have Farmboy on the run. This morning I instant messaged him and told him to sit down, take a deep breath and click on the link. His response was  “wow, just wow!” “It’s exactly what you thought of!” He’s on the run I tell you. The bargaining has begun… stay tuned. Happy Fabulous Find Friday!


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Love it! I hope you get your chickens! I would totally buy some fresh eggs from you (if you have any to spare)!

Your touches are transformational. What would a gypsy wagon look like after the hand of the topiary woman finished her trimming?

The best story I’ve heard all week!
Looking forward to learning the outcome.
Poor guy.
xo Lisa

Thanks Kara! I will keep that in mind… another bargaining tool! ; )

Ann- You have a such a way with words! I’m hoping there will be a Part 3 to this story… so stay tuned.

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Hi, I'm Michelle. I am an artist/designer specializing in unique topiary themed illustrations for the Home & Gardener. I live on a farm in Upstate New York with my husband, aka Farmboy, my two children affectionately known as "La La" and "the Bean" and a small petting zoo of other family members.

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