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Rural Life Humor From Farmer Daughter

Jese Leos
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Rural life and farming have a special charm that often goes unnoticed by the urban population. From the early morning wake-up calls to the unpredictable weather conditions, there is no shortage of funny and amusing moments for those who grow up in a rural setting. As a farmer's daughter, I have been privy to countless hilarious incidents and anecdotes that perfectly capture the essence of rural life humor. In this article, I am delighted to share some of these stories that will surely bring a smile to your face.

The Mischievous Cows

One of the most common sights on a farm is a herd of cows lazily grazing in the meadows. However, these innocent-looking creatures can sometimes have an adventurous streak. I remember an incident when my father left the gate open, and a group of cows managed to wander into our neighbor's vegetable patch. Imagine the surprise on our neighbor's face when he saw a bunch of cows casually munching on his prized lettuce! It took quite the effort to corral the cows back into their own pasture while trying to stifle our laughter. It just goes to show that even animals can find a way to lighten up the mundane routine of rural life.

The Escaping Hens

Another source of endless entertainment on the farm is the flock of hens. Despite their small size, these feathery creatures can be surprisingly sneaky. One day, my little sister forgot to latch the chicken coop properly, and as luck would have it, the hens seized the opportunity to embark on a great escape. We spotted them parading around the yard, squawking with excitement as if they had just won a grand prize. It was a sight to behold as we chased after them, trying to convince them to go back to their cozy coop. This experience taught us the importance of maintaining a secure enclosure for our feathered friends!

Farm Girl: Rural Life Humor from a Farmer s Daughter
Farm Girl: Rural Life Humor from a Farmer's Daughter
by Shanna Hatfield(Kindle Edition)

4.6 out of 5

Language : English
File size : 594 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
X-Ray : Enabled
Word Wise : Enabled
Print length : 160 pages
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The Crops and the Storm

Farming is not for the faint of heart, especially when it comes to dealing with unpredictable weather conditions. One summer, as we eagerly awaited the harvest of our thriving cornfield, a storm brewed on the horizon. Dark clouds gathered ominously overhead, and soon enough, heavy rain and thunderstorms unleashed their fury upon our crops. The once tall and sturdy cornstalks stood no chance against the relentless downpour. While the situation was disheartening, my father managed to find humor even amidst the gloom. He quipped, "Well, at least we don't have to worry about eating too much corn this year!" It was a moment of resilience and laughter in the face of adversity.

The Persistent Rooster

No rural life humor is complete without mentioning the antics of a rooster. Our rooster had a larger-than-life personality and served as the unofficial alarm clock for the entire village. Every morning, he would proudly announce the break of dawn by belting out his signature crow. However, on one occasion, our rooster decided that one round of crowing at dawn was simply not enough. He took it upon himself to serenade the entire community repeatedly throughout the day. People were torn between frustration and amusement, as the persistent rooster managed to turn a regular day into a concert that no one had asked for. It certainly left an indelible mark on our little corner of the countryside.

The Muddy Adventures

Rural life often involves navigating through muddy fields and slippery pathways. I vividly recall the time we had visitors from the city who were not accustomed to such terrains. They excitedly joined us in exploring the farmland but soon found themselves slipping and tripping in the muddiest patches. Although they were initially worried about ruining their shoes and clothes, eventually, everyone couldn't help but burst into laughter. Covered in mud from head to toe, they realized that sometimes, getting down and dirty is just a part of the rural experience. It was a memorable day filled with laughter, camaraderie, and the joy of embracing the unpredictable nature of rural life.

The Quick-Witted Grandma

Last but certainly not least, my quick-witted grandmother always managed to inject humor into everyday situations. Her incredible sense of humor was legendary in our family and the community. One of her most memorable jokes was when she heard my father complain about the countless mosquitoes buzzing around the farm. With a mischievous twinkle in her eyes, she said, "Well, I suppose the mosquitoes have to eat too. We are just providing them with a generous buffet!" Her light-hearted approach to the challenges of rural life reminded us all that laughter is an invaluable tool in navigating any situation.

Rural life humor is a unique aspect of growing up in a farming community. These anecdotes and experiences highlight the joy that can be found in the everyday routine of rural living. From mischievous cows and escaping hens to unpredictable weather and quick-witted grandmothers, rural life offers an abundance of laughter and amusement. So next time you find yourself in the countryside, keep an eye out for the humorous moments that make rural life truly special.

Farm Girl: Rural Life Humor from a Farmer s Daughter
Farm Girl: Rural Life Humor from a Farmer's Daughter
by Shanna Hatfield(Kindle Edition)

4.6 out of 5

Language : English
File size : 594 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
X-Ray : Enabled
Word Wise : Enabled
Print length : 160 pages
Lending : Enabled

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Enjoy clean rural humor from a farmer's daughter!

What happens when a farmer who’s been wishing for a boy ends up with a girlie-girl?

Come along on the humorous and sometimes agonizing adventures from a childhood spent on a farm in the Eastern Oregon desert where one family raised hay, wheat, cattle, and a farm girl.

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“Let’s see you whip Rocket into shape,” Hayes said, stepping back and nodding his head to Hank.

Hank pulled his hat down on his head, tugged on his gloves, and gave one last look around, like he hoped divine intervention would keep him from riding to his death.

Motioning for Marcy to keep the kids at a safe distance away, Hayes waited until Hank had his left foot in the stirrup and was swinging his right leg over the back of the horse before he gave Rocket a firm smack on the hindquarters.

The show the horse and rider put on for eager spectators could have packed a full house. Although completely unrehearsed and not choreographed in any way, the intricate steps and mind-blowing moves were previously unseen in our hemisphere and most likely won’t be again.

Rocket, who appeared to have every intention of living up to his name, shot straight up in the air so high, our heads craned back to keep from missing any of the spectacular exhibition.

On his way back down to earth, the horse went through a series of dance moves that included the foxtrot, tango, and the hokey-pokey.

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