Chore Assistants

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Two chore assistants meet at the barn steps: Gwennie, who likes to come with me to do chores, and Squiggles, who lives in the barn. Never do the twain meet otherwise! But they managed to make amends long enough to get things done yesterday.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 15, 2013  

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  1. 5-15
    9:52
    pm

    Sounds like you might need these able assistants with Weston taking over as ranch hand. Just sayin’

    Mary

  2. 5-16
    9:39
    am

    Is Squiggles new? I didn’t meet her at the retreat. Is Squiggles a Maude sorta puppy? LOL

  3. 5-16
    10:35
    am

    Its hard to tell but I think Squiggles is a barn cat. Gwennie is a good helper! We haven’t heard much about your house guardian lately. Please do a blog all about the pyrs you have. I miss hearing about them. We love Coco!

  4. 5-16
    2:54
    pm

    Ah, it looked like a small dog to me at first, but now that you said cat- I looked at it again–a cat it is-

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