Jean’s New Raincoat I went out to speak to Jean in the spring rain and saw him in his new raincoat with a clothespin sticking out the top of the hood. I asked why—though I should know better by now.
Sally the hen gave an outraged squawk. I had nearly stepped on the tip of her right toe. But really, she parked herself, all spread out in the early morning sun, directly in the office doorway—and I did do my best to avoid her as I carefully stepped over her
We received a donation of 30 pounds of organic meat and salmon, much to the delight of the animals. I felt bad for the couple whose freezer decided to stop working, but I was hard-pressed to stay sad after seeing the joy that it brought to certain individuals on property.
Sally the chicken came marching towards me with something clearly on her mind. She had a request. Would I kindly see to it that she could get back into the coop—she needed to lay an egg. Unlike her sister, she does not do anything with timidity. She had a demand
The Tale of Two Stuck Ducks I was walking by the enclosure where Meenie and her duck family live, when an unusual movement caught my eye. There was something stuck in the fence. That was odd. There shouldn’t be anything there. I walked closer. There were two somethings, actually. Two
Jean’s New Raincoat I went out to speak to Jean in the spring rain and saw him in his new raincoat with a clothespin sticking out the top of the hood. I asked why—though I should know better by now. In response, he took off the clothespin and the hood
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