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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
Hey are you peeping in my window?
OK! Finally caught up....... now I have to go fix dinner......
That's sick enola. I'd be embarrassed for someone to clean my house like that. No way could I just walk around it everyday. Sure couldn't eat with mess in the floor.
Thanks enola. I will use it.
granny this is for you. My naked bunny striptease.
Stripping is not what that rabbit is doing!
What Is he doing newfie. I can barely see him lol
Enlarge him. At least he has the decency to turn away. Lol
I got lucky with feed store pullets. I got 3 BO's right around the corner. My Pops came home from a feed store with 3 EE's. All pullets. Whew. Anyhoo...I read your posts. And the others. Addiction is an ugly thing. And like Red said, it seems to affect every family. IMHO, it's harder on the sober ones to cope than it is on the addict. Then there's the children. Breaks my heart. I can't imagine how difficult it would be to stop using drugs.
Hope granny reads this part, me thinks she and Robert might be over the moon with an Aussie.
You had an Aussie. Star. Great story. Why was she 3 legged? I'd love to hear about her. I pictured her handing the Dal it's "ego" I have 2. DB is my ranch Aussie dog. About 55 lbs. Absolute cuddly lover if he knows you, good off the property, but kiss your knickers goodbye if you don't belong. Great guardian dog too. He alerts when anything is near the fence or just isn't right. Both neighbors had flocks of turkeys and a few goats destroyed by coyote packs. One had a big Mastiff that slept through it. That Mastiff USED TO charge my fence at the horses. I let DB out and it was game on! DB grabbed his lips through the chain link. He steers clear of my fence now. I don't need to shut gates or use a leash for either one. Bindy is my bestie, my constant companion. If I sit or lie down she will not leave the room. If I have a night terror she wakes me up. She also ignores the chickens and horses when I go to the barn and schools on the stupid dogs that come in for training.