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The Little Yellow Bird. Her husband teaches her Karate. Part 18

Updated on October 17, 2015

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Until we finish our nest my husband, and I are remaining by my mom and dad's house. My husband Pete is teaching me karate. He told me I need to know how to defend myself in case large birds try to ravage my movie star body.

He told me that if a large bird ever tries to attack me I should kick him in the groin as hard as possible. Pete told me to raise my foot high, and to extend the heel of my foot at the groin area. He told me to practice on him. I went straight at him with my foot raised high at a 45 degree angle , and my heel came in contact with his private parts.

I asked him if he was alright. He said he was fine. I explained that he was wearing something , for protection.

We tried flipping each other . I threw him over my shoulder, and yelled with a karate yell , and he bounced on the floor. My dad came into our exercise room to watch us practice. I showed my father how I could beat up my husband, and how I could pin him down.

Dad told us to stop playing around . My husband pulled me close to him like a lover again , and started kissing me so I kicked him , but that only made him desire me more.

We later flew by the house trailer. He flew off to find more tender leaves for our nest. I managed to bring a portable ice chest , and filled it with apple sauce , and with protein drinks. Pete flew to the mall , and bought some onion rings , and French fries .

I saw the cats watching us threw a window by the house trailer. The writer was baking bread again, but later he drove to a grocery store because he needed to buy some soft drinks .

I saw the writer brewing some green tea. I also heard a large tractor clearing a path for a sewage line on their property. The writer gave the town mayor permission to dig a sewage line to help neighbors.

Pete returned from the mall. My mother set our table. My husband brought home some pork chops he purchased from a store on the way back from the mall. My mother had delicious gravy to pour on the pork chops. She baked the food, and we ate it with some fresh peas , mashed potatoes and gravy.

I am sure I can handle myself well with my karate. As our chicks are growing up we might teach them karate as well . Once when I was dating a boy he put his hand on me, and got fresh in a movie theatre. If I would have had training like I have now, I could have flipped him over in the movie theatre .

I would like a rocking chair in our nest. If our chicks make too much racket I could rock them to sleep while feeding them their bottles of milk.

God Bless


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      stars439 7 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      Dear Mr's Deborrah : Thank you so much for reading about the Little Yellow Bird. The chicks are practicing karate too. Daisy just flipped Rosey over her head and Tulip flipped Daisy over Rosey, and Rosey Flipped Tulip over Daisy. Their mama went into their bedroom and told them to turn out the lights and go to bed. The chicks want to wish you a very good night , and said God Bless You.

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      DeBorrah K Ogans 7 years ago

      Stars, Nice creative hub! I think it is a good idea for the little yellow bird to learn how to protect herself... We are living in some interesting times. Thank You for sharing, In His Love, Grace, Joy, Peace & Blessings to All of YOU!

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      stars439 7 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      Dear Minnetonka Twin: Thank you so much for writing Dear heart. I am glad you like them. God Bless You.

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      Linda Rogers 7 years ago from Minnesota

      Hi stars-I just love reading your little bird stories. They always have humor in them as well as a nice moral to the story. God Bless you my dear friend:)

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      stars439 7 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      Dear Healing Touch : Thank you Dear Heart for visiting. I am headed your way to read it. God Bless You Precious.

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      Laura Arne 7 years ago from Minnetonka, MN

      stars439 Great hub and great job teaching the bird to do karate. Please read my hub I wrote last night on Sexual assault

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      stars439 7 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      Dear Poohgranma : Thank you dear heart for writing. You did the best you could under the circumstances you had. You needed the right kind of assistance. God Bless You.

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      stars439 7 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      Dear mwatkins : Thank you for visiting . I am glad you know how to defend yourself. It is a wonderful thing when you know what to do at the right time, and what will work best at that crucial moment. When I worked far away from home during nights in police and in security work, I taught my wife how to use a hand gun. I also had a large Siberian Husky I bought that she and Becky loved that was very protective. God Bless You Dear Heart.

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      stars439 7 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      Dear billyaustindillion : Thank you for writing, and glad you liked the hub. God Bless You my friend.

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      Poohgranma 7 years ago from On the edge

      I sure can remember a few times I wish I had known self defense! Some one I used to know would have been walking funny and talking in a high pitched voice!!!

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      mwatkins 7 years ago from Portland, Oregon & Vancouver BC

      This is so sweet! For some reason, though, it reminds me of a boy I knew in 8th grade who tried to kiss me on a school field trip. I grabbed both his wrists and held them straight up in the air like he was raising both his hands to ask a question in class until one of the teachers came over to us and stood there waiting for an explanation. I dropped his wrists and walked away. For me it was instinct, for him, it was a bad choice. I'm not sure the kick in the groin would have been as effective, but it was my next choice. Self confidence and self defense often work to compliment each other in times of crisis (perceived or real), but back to your story! I love the way you define family in your writing a story on the instincts of birds. It's beautiful and touching. Thank you for sharing protection of family and self as a value in a way that's easy to understand.

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      billyaustindillon 7 years ago

      Ahh the benefits of learni ng self defense - I like the way you addressed it in my husband teaches Karate Leon