Member Profile for Brickhouse

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Autobiography, sort of... - Dec 15, 2008
Life on a Milk Farm - I came from a family of four boys and I was the only...
Nonfiction - Popularity rank: 2402 Info

Life in Nothingville - Dec 15, 2008
Hunting Adventures - I have been out hunting for deer every weekend since...
Journal - Popularity rank: 2403 Info

TinasPoems - Dec 15, 2008
Winter Sleep - Bittersweet cold lingers deep from within, Chilling my...
Poetry - Popularity rank: 2404 Info

How to Tame that Untrained Quaker - Oct 4, 2008

by Brickhouse1,092 words, article

My experience with a Quaker. Easy to follow steps.

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Say hi, hello and goodbye or bye,-bye to them every time you leave or enter the room. Be prepared to catch him/her if he/she tries to fly. If it's wings have not been clipped make sure all ceiling fans are off. I kept a small hand towel nearby to use as a trap and throw over my bird.

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