What’s a little mud on a carrot between friends? I’m sure the 5 second rule applies to dropped carrots.
I miss my neighbor’s 2 horses, who were the recipients of all the carrots too big for my dog to get her mouth around. Horses are a lot of work, and a big expense, and it got to be too much for them. I really miss them — but I wasn’t the one taking care of them.
That birdsong was a delightful way to start the day! (even if the chickens didn’t agree).
Lulu is much pickier than Fanny. She probably wouldn’t have eaten it. Fanny is more forgiving. I can image you’d miss the horses next door. There is something very different and special about equines and the way we attach to them.
even your wood piles are creative. mine are so mundane compared to yours.
I so like stacking wood Jill. The corners are most fun. Although I’ve seen people do really creative things with their wood piles, creating archways and flowers and suns. I haven’t tired that yet.
i like the way the sheep peer around the corner with the most curious look on their face when you first came out. lovely crew.
I always like when they do that too Diane. I get the feeling they send a lookout and somehow relay the message, maybe through body language, back to the others in the barn.
Watching Fate run always puts a smile on my face. Made my day 🙂
Thanks for sharing.
She can do that I’m so glad to know she made you smile too Colleen.
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