We bought a barnyard
Well, not exactly. Sometimes it just feels that way.
I like to say that I live “in the country.” In truth, I live in rural Agoura, in a community of narrow streets packed with more than 200 mobile homes. We’re “in the country,” but we’ve got plenty of company.
So when one of us elects to get a quirky pet, it seems we all inherit the quirky pet, willing or not.
Recently a neighbor acquired a rooster. Now we all own a rooster.
How is this s...