Chasing Chickens

My husbands weblog has officially been hijacked.  I may not provide the quality content, but hopefully you will enjoy it.


I enjoyed this more than you can imagine….since….it was my husbands fault for letting them out in the first place!


About pastorrobin

Hello. I pastor PromiseLand Church in San Marcos, TX. I am married to Erica, and we have 3 kids: Kennady, Jude, and Avery. All little ones! Visit our church site at

Posted on July 1, 2008, in General, My Family, Random Mumbling. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. That is funny!!! Did you ever help them?? That is not my kind of job!!!

  2. You giggling in the background Erica was most funny to me!

  3. Those chickens look like more work than they are worth…

    I would like to take this opportunity to thank God that I do not have to live on a farm or raise chickens.

  4. Jaylene Grant

    Oh my gosh!!! Thats great The other Day my Pops (Eldon) Was out here and he was helping us chase (Chickens they were flying over the top. Fixed that problem) back in the coop 🙂 Fun times!! YOu need to use a Fish net works GREAT!!!

    Casey living on a “farm” is worth more then the work you have to put in to it. I know what goes in them Chickens and I know what my family is eating is worth every second of the work I put in to it.

    So I will take the time to THANK God for giving me the ablity to raise food and such for my Family.

    GREAT VIDEO ERICA Keep them Coming!!!!!!!

  5. I watched the video slowly and sliently because we have dial up internet, but it was funny! I think I would have given up chasing them but not Michael, he would have caught them all while listening to Rocky music (remember Rocky II when chasing chickens was part of training?) Sister Erica, keep those funny video coming, what an icebreaker before services.

  6. Pastor by weekend, The GREAT WHITE chicken hunter my week. Sorry Pastor, just had to go there. Thanks for the laugh Sister Erica. I am glad you webjacked the blog.

  7. Erica Caballero

    I’ve had to chase chickens too many times to count. What I learned was that if you get most of them in the coop, the other strays will come back and are easy enough to catch or herd in.

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