My life in Songs, Part 1

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara

I recently started a new job teaching music at a charter school near my house.  The private school where I taught for the past 10 years closed at the beginning of July.  There was a period of time when I wasn’t teaching music anywhere.

This was very disconcerting.  I realized that teaching music is not only what I do but it is a large part of who I am.  My whole life is a series of songs to be shared with anyone who will listen – mostly children.

For example, we acquired 4 roosters who were somewhat smaller than our hens so we placed them in a vacant enclosure within the chicken yard.  The next morning they were out with the hens.

I chased them back to what I considered safety but the next morning they were out again. I checked on them the following night and discovered they were all flying up into the tree above the enclosure and roosting for the night.

I spotted one in the tree and snapped a picture.

That reminded me of a song:

I realize they are not actually turkeys and there are only four but still, this is how my mind works.  I suppose it will always work that way, whether or not I am officially a music teacher.  Fortunately I am a music school teacher so I have an excuse to live my life in songs.

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