It's light brown, and nice and big--around the same size as Peggy's eggs. We are so proud.
And speaking of eggs, on Saturday morning we had a delicious omelet featuring spinach from my garden and eggs from Peggy the hen.
Mmmmm Mmmmm tasty!
Now that both girls are laying, we will have plenty of eggs for omelets and other eggy delights. And when the kitchen is a bit further along, we can start having people over for breakfast again.
In closing, here's a picture of Tina the newly-minted egg layer, enjoying some fresh picked grass. Isn't she a pretty one? (If only someone had told her she had something in her beak.)