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The Chickens The Hen and The Rooster

Published on 9/3/2012
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The Chicken The Hen and The Rooster may sound like a childrens story but it's not. It's my story. I am the story of the Chicken The Hen and The Rooster and lets not forget the Guinea Hens. I grew up a country girl in the spring and summer. I grew up a city girl in the fall and winter. I grew up at a campground in the country called Old Cedar Campground in Monroeville, NJ. It was a great time in my life. I had my share of problems in my youth but those days will always be remembered. I loved that place so much me and my husband got married there 17 years ago. I learned how to be a farm girl or a tomboy what ever you want to call it. Not as sqeemish as most girls. I would fish and hunt for turtles and frogs and I adorded the farm animals. City girls had not a clue what it was like to grow up on a farm or in the woods. They would sometimes mock me or be curious about what I did there. I just loved it so much to be on the farm land with all the animals and in the woods camping where it was quite and relaxing. Of course I had my fun playing in the game room with the pool table and pinball machines. Hanging out with friends catching snakes and chasing the roosters and chickens. I always loved to visit the little petting zoo they had at the front of the camp. They had deer, racoons, turkeys, peacocks, roosters, chickens, hens,rabbits and other cute furry and feathery animals. The Guinea Hens are especially fun. They walk freely through the campground eating ticks off the ground. They always would get mad at the dogs that were tied up to peoples camp sites and chase them into hiding. My dog was always one of them. When I moved to my new home in Monroeville, New Jersey I was getting visits often from my neighbors roosters. I took pictures of them with my HTC Surround and uploaded them to my computer and made a beautiful card for my neighboor to introduce ourselves to her. I put pictures of her roosters on the cover and the inside of the card with a picture of my house and a story of how much I enjoyed her roosters coming to my house and knocking on my door. Which they really did do this. When she got the card she came to my front door to thank me. She was really freaked out at how beatiful my card was and really freaked out when she found I took the pictures on my cellphone. She asked me how I made that card and I told her from a company called SendOutCards. It lets you make the cards the way you want them right on the computer in the comfort of your own home. You make them they print them stuff them address them stamp them and send them. A card with as many pictures as you want on it will only cost you 1.27 plus the 45 cents postage. You can make them anyway you like or choose from already made cards. http://www.sendoutcards.biz/145156 Because of that card our neighbors have become really close with us and they just adopted a boy that is now good friends with my son. My neighbor has a really big farm with lots of animals including 7 horses,4 goats,2 sheep,a donkey,roosters,hens,chickens,turkeys and so many more. The same hen travels to my house everyday with the rooster to get food from us. Even though they eat at home. It was becoming a family routine. Did you feed the rooster and the hen everyone would ask. They were here so often my son who has autism and can't speak made a rooster sound. It was the coolest thing ever and I caught it on video. Today I have 16 Guinea Hens of my own and 3 Silky Chickens. The guinea hens are here now to hopefully help with the the danger of the growing population of ticks. We have raised them as little babies and now they are getting quite big. I can't wait to let them loose and see them chase each other all over the land. The Silky Chickens were next. One day my son came home with a Silky Chicken from the animal auction in town. He went with my neighbor. There he was with a chicken. But it not a normal chicken. It is a silky chicken. It grew to know the land fast and doesn't leave the area of her cage. We have branded her as a stuck up chicken and we named her Silky Smooth for her personality. 2 silky chickens were added to the family last week. A male and a female. They seem to be in love. And of course our stuck up silky could care less. The male silky chicken looks like a white rooster and when he opened his mouth that was what what he sounds like too. The 2 new silky's are still a little afraid but Silky Smooth is very found of my son who brought ther home. She lets him hold her and pick her right up. She really trusts him. In October as soon as it is born we will have a baby pig to raise and soon I will be buying my mother a peacock. Who knows where this will go. I know I will be raising more chickens and hens and roosters and who knows if network marketing don't turn out to be it maybe I will raise chickens, hens and roosters and sell them. How will I ever be able to do this. Have the time and the energy. I am getting excited about the launch of THRIVE a product that will do it all. http://ibourl.net/Thrive Don't let me ruin it for you go listen to this call that will tell you all about THRIVE. New! 24 Hr. Pre-recorded THRIVE highlights call 559-726-1399 / pin 957820# 24 Hour Pre-recorded THRIVE real stories call 530-881-1499 / pin 137907# Go and join for free just like me and get excited because this is it. You can even ask the chickens the hen and the rooster that hang outside my house all day long together. http://ibourl.net/Thrive
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