Killer has been napping almost constantly up on this shelf where that hen was laying an egg every day. She’s quite frustrated, but the cat is happy!
What was here but is now gone?
Here’s a clue:
I (finally) sold the Explorer. It’s gone!
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WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY FOR YOURSELF?
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- June 26, 2014 - Not A Good Plan
The shelf hen is still at it. But what is this about? This position is no good! What am I supposed to do, catch the egg with my hand? She’s like five feet above the porch floor, set to drop her egg over the side of the shelf.
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