Here They Are Again

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And they just let themselves out whenever they want…….


And this keeps not bothering me.

We’ll see if they start eating the roses.

And yes, I am TIRED again!!! But happy…..

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 23, 2013  

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  1. 5-23
    7:42
    pm

    They are so taking advantage of your new BF situation. haha.

  2. 5-23
    7:58
    pm

    So glad you are happy, but ya gotta get a grip on it and take care of yourself….not enough sleep is not good! :heart:

  3. 5-23
    8:38
    pm

    Let us know when they start letting themselves into the house, and peek in on you in the shower ROFL!

  4. 5-23
    11:16
    pm

    I think you now have chickens AND goats in the road now!

  5. 5-24
    8:35
    am

    Beforethedawn is right…. they are totally taking advantage of the fact that you are distracted and sleep deprived lately. Give them an inch and they’ll take a mile! Ha!

  6. 5-24
    1:23
    pm

    Our goats have been escaping lately too. Maybe the planets are aligned funny?

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