The other day I was driving home from the gym. It was 11:50 AM...remember that as it is important. As I maneuvered around the corners, I noticed a few changes taking place. "After all, it is September", I said to myself. There among the green green trees that are so thick and lush that you can hardly see through them, a cluster of bright reddish orange leaves stuck out like a sore thumb. Another corner and I saw a second bunch. Yes, Fall is on the way.
Then as I neared the home of my friends...see post dated 8/26/10 entitled "Babysitting", I saw the horses had been moved closer to the road. I had the windows down and the sunroof opened as it was a breezy day and the humidity was much more tolerable than it's been.
Suddenly I heard a sound. I heard it again. I laughed out loud. It was my friend, the ROOSTER!! He was crowing in the middle of the day!! I laughed right out loud as I drove by and thought, there goes the neighborhood!!!
Now you tell me, do you think that is normal? Well, when I got home, I checked with your friend and mine, the Internet. Apparently, some roosters are more "vociferous, crowing almost constantly, while others only crow a few times a day."
My conclusion is this. Since he is still young, he's trying to establish a name for himself with the ladies. I'm sure that he will loose the ego...hopefully sooner than most men!