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Welcome To A Day On The Farm

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It was early morning in a small town of Wayitis

The farm is huge sitting high on a hill overlooking other farms. Some say it is the biggest and best farm there is. With so many animals and a lot of stories to tell. It is owned by Mr. and Mrs. Rump. They are a lovely couple with five young children and one on the way. They recently bought the farm from a Mrs.Bama who had it for eight years. The farm has been passed down from generation to generation. So many changes making it better and different. Adults and children love to come to the farm and spend their day. Where the children play with other children and the adults talk about the future of the town Wayitis. The farm and the town is not without its problems. There have been so many wonderful times that people love to reminisce. Sometimes we jump to years ago or then other times we talk about what is happening now. I hope you enjoy my story as much as I love telling it. There might be a little something in it for everyone. Have a great day. Don't forget when times get tough we just have to look for the rainbow over hill and down across the valley. Where the sun will come out tomorrow. If not maybe the day after.

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DREAM ON (author) on October 26, 2020:

Gypsy Rose Lee I have been singing too. The sad thing is a don't have a beautiful voice like you. I sound more like two cows in love. Luckily my wife is in the other room. It has been a while but it still is so much fun. Thank you for coming by and paying a nice visit. Maybe next time you may stay a little longer.

Gypsy Rose Lee from Daytona Beach, Florida on October 26, 2020:

You got me singing Old MacDonald had a farm and you mean to tell me that the grass is not greener on the other side?

DREAM ON (author) on October 26, 2020:

John Hansen Why not create a world that doesn't exist. One that pulls together the strongest traits of what people want to believe. If it is true or not I will let you decide. I think back to one of the first things I learned to remember as a child. Old Mcdonald Had A Farm.... We all learned to say it. We all created our own animals. We all had fun. Why not keep it there. Keep creating the good even if what we learned later wasn't as good as we thought it was. Just one thought of many. I don't know how the story will expand or in what direction it may turn. Let our imagination lead the way. I am willing to give it a go. Thank you for reading and sharing. I appreciate any thoughts or suggestions. Have a great day.

John Hansen from Queensland Australia on October 25, 2020:

An interesting satire Dream On. Let's see where the story goes. Thank you for sharing.