Today’s Guest blogger…Aidan

Our chickens are so hilarious! Recently when we put the chickens in the henhouse for the night, one of them was missing. Mom and Dad tried to look all over for it, but finally gave up, deciding that it must have been taken away by a fox or hawk. That night, everyone was talking about it and where it could be, and we were sad that we had one less chicken. The next morning we were getting ready to go to church and looked outside, hoping that, in the daylight, we might see the missing chicken more easily, but all we saw were sheep walking around like nothing was happening. All of a sudden, my dad called from upstairs, “Look who’s walking across the pasture!” We all jumped up, thinking it was the fox that had taken our chicken. You can imagine how surprised we were when we saw a little red speck walking across from the sheep barn towards the henhouse. It looked like she had just woken up and was wondering where all her friends were! It was so funny watching her run across the field! We were all so happy to have our chicken back! I guess she was hiding from us in the straw in the sheep barn! It was almost as funny watching Mom try to catch the chicken to put her back in the henhouse with the others!


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