Like everyone else in this world, I’ve been changing and growing all of my life. So many of the things I used to hate or not care for have become very important to me. As a young man, I didn’t have any patience or love for the Crow. Yes, the bird.

Several years ago, I became connected to this bird. Or possibly, I had always been but simply failed to see the truth. Today, I can’t imagine a life without being connected to these fascinating birds. I’ve studied and researched the Crow to great lengths. Over the past few years, I’ve enjoyed dozens of engaging crow experiences.

A couple of years ago, while enjoying a 10-mile bicycle ride, I came across something quite fantastic. Correction, I found something quite incredible. Anyone who has spent time with me during the past five years may know this detail about my life. It is not uncommon for me to find items of value or necessity. These events are part of an entirely different story, so I won’t be spending too much time getting sidetracked today.

During this bike ride, I came across a group of Crows [murder of Crows] hanging out around a dumpster at an apartment complex. Immediately, I was drawn to these birds. I needed to know what they had discovered. What I found was this. A large black trash bag containing 28 pounds of marijuana. Not just weed, but high-quality bud!

Yes, I found 28 pounds of weed. I had a hell of a time moving it on my mountain bike, but I managed to secure the bag to a friend’s apartment.

So, did a murder of Crows help me find this weed? What if I said that things like this happen to me quite often, even regularly. Yes, this is my new life.

Joseph Shanklin

August 17, 2020

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