I see a girl and a hen girl is named Berit and collect eggs in her apron. The chicken would look out, she might look for a hunting ferret. When Berit gathered the eggs, she leaves them to the mother, they should be cooked maybe. The skin may be the hen, then again it's good for her.
She has no chicken in the apron, they have all of them escaped into the woods. The house is old, it is a chicken coop and a barn. Yes, it is also home for the cows even though they are out and eat grass now.
The growing weeds at the edge of the house, we can not see the rooster but we hear him: COCK-A-DOODLE-DOO, chicken named Agda. It's a fancy name for a hen.
When the girl Berit go in with the eggs she asks Mom if they can get pancakes for supper, with jam.
Now she hurry to school, she is in the fourth grade, she has siblings, four brothers. They are out there and help father in agriculture. Someone milking cows by hand. When they are finished, they run to school, it takes half an hour to walk there, you can run faster.
Then after school they long home to get pancakes, as mother makes from the milk and eggs. Hope we get them with jam says Berit, though no cream.
Thanks to everyone participating from Birch Leaf.