Wild Wednesday – Look! Zoo Animals!

A long, busy day, but I am determined to keep up my Wild Wednesday posts.  Today I made chicken dinner, a whole lot of chicken dinners, actually.  When I started the day, I had 15 of these:

Cornish Crosses

Now I have this:

A full freezer

And this:

Delicious honey-lemon chicken

But nobody really wants the details on that, and I’m too tired at this point to wax eloquent on any subject.  Instead, I’m going to let my pictures do the talking.  Let me introduce to some of the animals I used to work with:


I am really looking forward to sharing some of their stories with you, but you’ll have to come back and visit again.  I have a lovely 4-day weekend coming up, so I’ll make it up to all of you with the next installment.  And, you won’t want to miss the upcoming Weird Weekend!

Ready to sink into my comfy chair with a good book.  Goodnight all!

Serena Dracis, Author

I'm a lot of things. A Reiki Master-Teacher, a psychopomp, a medium. Once I was a trainer of exotic animals, once I worked in hospitals. Now I'm a writer. I write about the paranormal, the weird, the fringes. I write non-fiction and fiction, sharing my own life experiences as well as creating new worlds. Come in and explore!

This Post Has 12 Comments

  1. August McLaughlin

    Beautiful post! Harpo and Honda had me “awww”-ing big time. 🙂

  2. susielindau

    Your photos are stunning! I would have loved a job with animals. Great post~

  3. Emma

    Great pics. Wow, you have a lot of chicken to keep you going for some time 🙂

  4. jansenschmidt

    Looks like you had a totally fun job! How exciting to be up close and personal with those beautiful creatures.

    Patricia Rickrode
    w/a Jansen Schmidt

    1. It was really amazing, and I still consider myself incredibly lucky to have that experience.

  5. Debra Eve

    Adorable pics. Can’t wait to hear more!

  6. Karen McFarland

    Aw, those are sweet pictures Serena! And organic chickens, I assume. Yummy! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

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