Saturday, April 05, 2008

Farm Photo 4/5/08: Chicken Dance


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  1. Now that music is stuck in my head - friends had a wedding reception where we did the chicken dance -- aargh! One of the reasons (other than spouse totally hates having chickens) we don't have chickens is the rooster thang - they honestly haven't a clue about that "crowing at the crack of dawn".

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  2. For some reason, that pic makes me laugh!

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  3. Annnnnd now I have that damn song stuck in my head. Thanks so much! ;-P

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