By the storytellers of Havenwood Heritage Heights
Sam - he's in the barnyard.
I think they're choosing up sides for the game.
There's sunshine: it's prob'ly 11 o'clock.
He has something in his left hand.
He's sprinkling something on the ground probably for the hens.
We smell chicken shit and poultry.
It's hot sun - he knew it was gonna be hot with his hat.
There's a contest taking place for grooming of the hens.
There's one on the left way in the back tryin' to catch up with the others so they must've just come out.
Sam looks like he came out in a hurry.
On the left-hand side it could be a chair.
Sam's just sayin', "Come on, get goin'!"
Two roosters are following him - there's one in the background that's tryin' to run.
Sam lives with somebody else that likes chickens.
His wife must be sleeping (if he does have one) because that looks like a long window that's dark - it must be a porch.
It looks like there are some white steps behind him and that's how he gets up on the wall.
Those chickens wanna be around him so they're all lookin' or smellin' something they like.
Lookin' for food! The food he's got in his left hand.
Sam's got a big thing to do, he's gotta do this. He wants to give those chickens what they want and they're appreciating it. He's raising hens and roosters.
I think he likes his job 'cause the chickens like him.
They smell somethin' on him: the one near his leg wants what he has.
Sam does what his wife wants: "Get out there and get the chickens fed!"
He obeys his wife.
Secretly, he wants to chase the girls.
He doesn't even know what to dream of, look how he's dressed. He's just doin' a job.
Gotta go clean the barn.
There's a problem with the laggard, the chicken in the back.
Next, there's a chicken battle!
The rooster wins!
If he ever wants to sell 'em, I hope he gets a good price.
I don't think he has any money, he's just workin'. They hired him to do this. He wants to get this done and get out and go sit in the sun.