The shelf-layer is back.
And she’s misbehaving.
But I have a surprise for her today! HA.
Glory Bee’s new boyfriend was delivered today.
He doesn’t look anything like the last one!
And I don’t think he’ll be near as fun!
More posts you might enjoy:
- July 29, 2014 - Rotten Kitty
She looks innocent, doesn’t she? Thirty seconds before this picture was taken, she was eating a butterfly. IS THAT REALLY NECESSARY?!
- July 28, 2014 - I Am So Home
And really glad to be here, let me tell ya.
- July 21, 2014 - Unexpected Addition
I woke up Sunday morning to Casper barking barking barking, unstoppable. I came downstairs, opened the back door, and saw this:
Apparently, it rained kittens. Or at least one kitten. So of course I took him inside. It was bad timing because I’m getting ready to leave for Oklahoma for Weston’s Army basic training graduation, but I have neighbors taking care of the farm …
- July 14, 2014 - Foggy with a Chance of Goats
Right now on the farm. Spooky….
- July 11, 2014 - I Have Hay!
And Rodney said, seeing me with my camera, “You like that thing, don’t you?”
- July 10, 2014 - Watching Cows
Watching cows is about as exciting as watching grass grow. Or golf. Cows don’t move around real fast in the field creating a lot of interesting viewing as a general rule. However, I’m watching cows for 30 minutes every morning and every evening when I put Glory Bee and Dumplin together so that Dumplin can do her heat tester job.
This morning, no riding …