Another Rural Mystery Solved

Dec
16

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One little, two little–


BIG

–horses galloping past my window.


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What is this I see now?
One little donkey
coming around the side of the porch.

Is that a sheep?
One little, two little, three little–


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Horses, donkey, and sheep in my yard, oh my.

But why?

Sigh!


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If the farmer shuts
ALL
the gates, the livestock don’t get out!

The End.

*****

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 16, 2013  

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  1. 12-16
    10:25
    am

    They just wanted to say hello and see if you are baking any cookies for them… It is so cute!!!! :happyflower: Have a great day Suzanne!!!!

  2. 12-16
    10:56
    am

    now THAT’S the way to solve a mystery! cute story!

  3. 12-16
    2:24
    pm

    You just gotta love em!! What great fun they had!! :yes:

  4. 12-16
    2:34
    pm

    Okay so I’m going to show this post to my husband so he sees I’m not the only one who does this…..

  5. 12-16
    2:52
    pm

    At least they didn’t go too far.

  6. 12-16
    2:56
    pm

    Aaargh! so much to learn, so much to do.

  7. 12-16
    3:02
    pm

    With all of your cute animals, I bet you could do a real live Manger scene using your animals, I bet they would all stand still and pose for a photo that would be perfect for a Christmas card or screen saver ;)

  8. 12-16
    5:32
    pm

    They just wanted a cup of hot cocoa. With marshmallows. With real whipped cream up on top. It would be awful if the poor ilil’ things didn’t get any treats while they’re trying figure out where their sweet green grass has gone for the season. ;-) :D

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