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Talking Farm Animals
By Helen C. Downey
Tuesday, March 22, 2005

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Have you ever imagined if animals could talk? Well they really do, and they are no different than humans!

 


                Talking Farm Animals


 


Riding a motorcycle can be exciting and if you are the back seat passenger it gets even a little more exciting. You get to pay attention to things that the driver doesn't have time to notice since the speed you are traveling is but a mere blur. Depending on how seasoned the buttocks is and how large the seat is that you are perched upon, will determine how often you will need to stop and stretch those ham strings. Then of course if your partner smokes, you can anticipate sixty minute breaks at the drop of a dime.


Our first stop along the country road was at this dairy farm. We both had our helmets on, in which I always tend to keep on, while my partner took his off and began rummaging through the back pack for his cigarettes. Out of the corner of my eye I noticed a commotion near the wooden fence. I could hear some of the cows mooing interactively as if they were actually talking…maybe they were! I only watched as they attempted to fight with one another to reach the front of the fence.


"Martha! Let me through, and I mean now! I am the leader and I need to investigate these aliens first!"


"Oh now Georgie! Stop nuzzling my behind! For humans’ sakes I'll move!"


"Look Martha!! One of them is approaching us; they seem to know who we are...especially me. See it is touching my head!"


Many of the other cows began to push towards the fence. They would look at each other, shake their heads and mumble..."I can't believe we are being visited by these creatures!"


"Martha? Why do you reckon one alien is tiny and thin, while the other is tall and round looking?"


"Oh Georgie...look at your self! You're not so thin!"


"Martha, call over to the tall alien and see if it will come near us."


"Well, what tone of voice do you think will attract him?"


"Martha, just call him like you call me!"


The two aliens heard a loud guttural sound coming from the fence where all the cows were. They walked together to inspect the situation at the fence.


As she turned her head toward Georgie, Martha curtly stated...


"The male species always come running when I call!"


 


 


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Reviewed by m j hollingshead 3/22/2005
chuckle
Reviewed by Tracey L. O' Very 3/22/2005
Perfect! this si so so cute. Big smile going on here. They really do talk and I love this story of shedding light to them.
Thanks so very much!(C:)
Tracey
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 3/22/2005
this is cute, helen; thanks for sharing! well done! :)

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