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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by KingOfFools, Jan 23, 2015.
I also like them just baked with NOTHING on them - and they are good for you.
Morning! Waiting on the coffee. Need some this am as I was rudely awakened last night by the kitten bringing me his mouse that he caught into my bed, ON MY HEAD AND PILLOW! Freakout time.... not bear worthy heart material, just gross out eeewwww! So I took the dead mouse and tossed it outside and maybe he will get the hint. Alright, I am getting my coffee and starting chores. I will write the recipe when I come in from the rain later on. Have a good one!
Hi Margie, I was going to ask you when this was posted, but life got in the way (critters going thru their fence to visit other critters) Is your 3rd Son the 11 year old? I have lost track of your son's somehow.
Um, how about the recently graduated 18 yr old. The 4th son, 11 yr old, moved downstairs into the bottom bedroom. He was concerned about the move with the bedtime story routine and how it might get messed up if we were not on the same level. All is well. I enjoy the stories that we are reading. Not raining yet, but I did get the coop rearranged yet again and the babies are all out in the coop and the meaties have a bigger feeder.
Oh man. So landlord has his son/grandkids over and they're wandering the property. Fair enough...
...turns out one of the kids is rather afraid of dogs. Oh dear. My poor pup will go into lockdown.
Nice . My cat hasn't done that to me yet, however she did wake me one night with a crunching noise...I woke to find her busily eating the mouse head. And why is that the part they eat first? I have found more decapitated animals... Our other cat, who must be 20 years old now, and quite frankly, should have kicked the bucket already, was quite the hunter when he was younger. I found him outside one day, tormenting a mouse or shrew or something. I told him to,leave it alone and come in the house. He's a cat, so of course he listened to me (what was I thinking?). He looked right at me and then bit it's head off!
Brains are high in nutrients.
I would have assumed it was the 'crunch' factor.
Jelly like center?