French Antique Guessing Game:
What is it?
Do you know?
As we were having dinner the wooden chicken on the table became part of our conversation. Mari teased to her daughter, "Corey has a story on everything in her home. A history lesson of sorts. Though I do not remember the story of the chicken?"
I asked them if they knew what it was used for...
The chicken or the egg?
Hence a story began...
I teased that if they didn't guess what it was, dessert wouldn't be served,
After a thousand wrong guesses, honestly a thousand, I gave them dessert since they came all the way from Texas, and decided to ask you.
Do you know what this hunk of wood, carved into a chicken was used for?
The wooden chicken is old,
but it isn't French.
Though it was brought over with many "others" and sold at the international antique market in Avignon fifteen or so years ago.
I bought another one, a carved wooden cow, for my mother.
Take a guess in the comment section. The first one to guess it correctly will win a little prize, the one with the most creative answer will also win a prize.
(It is not a roach... for those of you who read my blog you know why I am saying this... R. F. D.)
I am sooooooooooo happy to see Mari again and to finally meet her lovely daughter!
Tomorrow I will also pick a random winner for the book giveaway.