awe.. what happen? you have an ewe needing help lambing? Breakfast served late? or are they just early to rise and insist on being fed?hope you are having a good afternoon Farmgirl.
Hi Heather,Ha! I should be so lucky. I am working on the explanation at this moment, but I need to stop and knead some bread dough. Be back soon!
That's better than being "On the Lamb"! Hahaha....get it? Hahahaha! I crack myself up :)
Yeah, he's like, how come Dan gets braised carrots and I get grass?! New Cat gets a fluffy coat and I get mine sheared when I get too cute!
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