The little girl's name is Jill-Barbara. I'd say about 5 years-old. She lives on a farm. The chickens, Mom, and Dad also live there. The farm is in West Bend. She goes to West Bend grade school. Sh's got too many chickens.
They have a turkey named Oscar. It might be hard to tell if there's other animals. Jill-Barbara has 6 chickens. She has to have a turkey as the boss. They gather the eggs and sell them. They sell them for the going-market price. the city people buy the eggs. The chickens' names are Larry, Moe, Curly, Oscar, and Chick Chick. On Bluemound Road, they had a chicken farm. Do you remember that?
Jill-Barbara is in the first grade. On Downer Avenue, there was a restaurant that served chickens with cheese on them. There's a rooster? We were just curious. She wants to learn about chickens and chicken coops. I don't think that chicken has a crown on him. I think Tom was right. Oh well, what's the difference? Jill-Barbara hair is braided and very neat. Everything about her is so put together. She can be a hair dresser because of the way she has her hair all done up. Whats the chicken looking at? Maybe the ground to see if there's any food. We have to look around and find