Ever think about them?
I bet not.
What is there to think about, after all? You go to the store, you buy a carton of eggs for a couple of bucks, and you take home your nice, white, sterile, presorted, sort-of-tasting-like-eggs eggs.
I know I never thought about it. Bring home the eggs, and use them. Bake with them, cook with them, eat them scrambled or fried. Always the eggs were the same. White and yellow on the inside.
Did you know that eggs aren't really yellow on the inside in a chicken that's been well cared for? They're ORANGE. "Holy shit, look at that color" orange.
I didn't know that.
Did you know that eggs' shells come in many different colors and they all come in different sizes? You probably did.
Purty, huh? They're even prettier in person.
They also come in different shapes and sizes and sometimes have double yolks. Actually, we have one girl who only lays double yolks. It's a bonus.
Having had chickens to care for has made me appreciate them a whole lot more. Not only are they damned entertaining (no, I'm not afraid to admit that I find chickens entertaining), they are an animal that gives something back to you for your care of them. I feed them and make sure they are safe and healthy, and they produce wonderful things for us to eat and enjoy.