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Once upon a time,

A peacock came to visit.







That's it. Just, "A peacock came to visit".

Don't ask.

The end.


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  1. It looks like it stayed a while!! How funny.. I have never seen a peacock that close..did you guys feed it so it would hang around or what?! Thats too funny

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  2. Last year for Thanksgiving we went to a house and they owned peacocks..

    So, I'm totally gonna ask..what's the story morning glory?

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  3. Look at it this way. It is said that a peacock brings balance and harmony in your life. Let hope you get some.

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  4. My friend growing up had peacocks on their farm, they were so pretty.

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  5. Did it actually come into the house (baby gates..looks like they are in the house)???

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  6. I'm wondering if that's a picture of it in the house too? Awesome. They are such beautiful creatures!

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  7. I love peacocks and my Christmas decor is all peacock themed this year--you should've caught it for me and I could've had a live display!
    Bestie,
    Tara

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  8. Lol! Great story, but I feel like there's more to it (I'm just smart like that!) Who's peacock are you entertaining?

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  9. Beautiful! and the boy has the t-shirt in the same shade of color.

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  10. Cool peacock! What is the story? Is it yours? :-)
    ~Heather

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  11. Haha! I have never seen a peacock wandering around like that before. That one picture looks like it is in your house.

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  12. Hmmmm...not a real gripping story, but the bird is pretty! LOL

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  13. LOL, now I'm just interested in why the peacock came to visit and who owns the peacock!

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  14. Oh my word! That's really interesting and of course now I want to know the story! Haha...

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