Circle of Life

2 thoughts on “Circle of Life”

  1. Serene,

    Very sorry to hear this. I know what it is to be attached to things and have them die during our watch, alas quite recently. Seems you have your eyes forward on all the good and new – the ducklings and your new fowl and that you are really living life.

    So… only one Rooster around at a time? Assume that is why if Ginger turns out to be Roger, he’ll need to find other quarters less there will be conflict?

    Mark

    1. There can only be one rooster at one time – and the younger one is usually sent upstairs. We are looking for someone to take over if the chick is really male. 😦

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