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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by KingOfFools, Jan 23, 2015.
The garage is a disaster right now! But when we built it DH planned for just this day...and you should see the upstairs! I don't think I can cram one more thing up there. And at this point I wish I was working on my chicken coop, collecting eggs, baking in my new kitchen. Sigh, soon...
It is a beautiful day here too, third one in a row. I'm heading to Lowes and Menards and a granite countertop place. Here's hoping today is a productive one.
I always hope for that
Well that Monday wasn't that bad.
Margie , How are your new sheep coming along?
Hoping everybody has a good Tuesday!
Thanks Scott, I'm grateful if "any" day is good.
Monday was busy! I'm hoping for a good Tuesday for everyone too!
Hey all! G'Mornin on Hump Day. Just figured I would stick with the program here....... LOL! Anyway, the sheep are fine. They survived me going to Durango for a few days to visit my 90 yo friend. We brought her a Bucket List of fine Scotches to try out and made a vat of chicken soup with veggies and put them in her freezer in serving size containers. She is having her teeth pulled today and getting some full dentures and I think she will feel much better and be able to enjoy eating again.
DH fed the sheep alfalfa one evening without my son's permission, but they aren't dead of bloat and so they passed the test of being able to deal with the weirdness that DH can sometimes bring to a situation. Good Sheepies! DS4 gave him the lecture about the positive side of feeding the sheep the hay that is right next to their gate as opposed to feeding them the hay that is way over by the chickens....cough, cough
And so it is another beautiful day, I am assuming as the sun is not up yet, in the mountains and I am working on cup #2 of cafe! I will check back in later.
Margie, had to laugh at the sheep story. Hey, gotta give the guy credit for trying!
A 2nd cup of coffee sounds like a good idea
...but, he wanted to make friends and give them a special treat. I understand.
Our sheep were pretty hardy, Barbados crosses. and they were pets, I guess we were lucky they weren't the expensive kind of pets.
The ram lived to be 15, The weathers a bit longer... I do not know if it was the lack of testosterone that lengthened their lives or the lack of ramie-ness that comes with testosterone that did it.
Baxter smashed his head into a lot of things.
run-run-run-jump-crash! Then he would stagger backwards, decide it was -after all- a good thing and do it again. That can't be good for them.
Yall read the sheep part (well, I read it too), but I like the Scotch part! That should help dull the teeth-pulling pain.
And that kitten is too funny