Sunday, March 8, 2009

The Chick's First Adventure

One of the students at my school took some of the chicks (from last week's post) home for the weekend and had a little fun. The results of that fun is the slide show below. This was actually a Powerpoint with lots of cool colors, but Powerpoint doesn't like Blogger very much.

The music is a song by my son Peter's band: Listen to Your Breaking Heart.

video

13 comments:

Lanny said...

What I got to see of it, it was pretty darn cute. You should show your students the movie Milo and Otis and have them make a video like it. Fun project.

A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

Too funny!
And what a great song!!
Loved grooving along as I watched the babies...

Susan said...

That was a great video, Don! You must be very proud of your students!

Peter's band sounds great and I really liked that song.

Did all the chickens come home to roost last night? ;) hehehe

Jennifer's Farmily said...

Aww... that is too cute! Those chicks must be exhausted from all the excitement! :)

Farm Chick Paula said...

It sure looks like they had a big adventure! The music was great!

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freefalling said...

I like that song very much!

Loring Wirbel said...

Can you imagine trying to perceive this special sleepover through the eyes of a chick? What IS all this stuff?

granny said...

Id say those chicks had a great weekend!Thanks for the giggle,loved the music!I noticed the chicks were listening to some good Aussie rock!AC/DC..Yeh!!! :0)

Country Girl said...

Cool slide show of your chicks adventure. What a great expereinceudents taking care of chicks for the weekend.

Bob Johnson said...

Sooo cute Don!! the kids did a great job, song is way cool.

Ginnie said...

That is darn-tootin' precious, Don!

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