Thursday, August 20

Thursday Dose of Cute: Work All Night

Then Hit the Hay

That's Our Crazy Daisy!

I can't believe it's been a year since Daisy came into our lives:
1/27/09: Losing Lambs and Lottie (and Acquiring Daisy)
1/28/09: Snowed In! (scroll down to see Daisy)
2/5/09: Daisy Off Duty
2/9/09: When Sleeping and Eating Schedules Collide
3/19/09: Nap Time
3/23/09: Bear Hug
4/18/09: A Girl's Gotta Sleep Sometime
4/29/09: Standing Tall and Smiling Wide
6/11/09: Breakfast Company
7/4/09: The Dog Days of Haying Season

© Copyright 2009, the listing foodie farm blog where it's not your imagination—our haybarn is at a definite angle (and it's not the only thing). It is, in fact, falling down. But hopefully the big chain (which you can't see) that has been helping to hold it up for the past couple of years will keep it standing until next spring when all the hay will have been fed out and we can tear it down and finally rebuild it. Until then, it gives the place plenty of character—as if we were lacking in that department.


  1. What a good dog...she looks so comfy up there on the hay bales. And her yawn is contagious!

  2. I love it! (the hay and the dog). My Pyr girl has been passed out in her self-excavated hole in the backyard.

  3. One nice thing about a hay barn is the hay will keep it standing. Well, while it's full anyway.

  4. Yep.. the photo of your dog made me yawn too.

  5. Nice to know someone's already enjoying your hard-won hay.

    P.S. This time it really IS "that" Kristin, and I really AM pregnant now. Bizarre.

  6. Hi Farmgirl! Just home from a roadtrip and listened to an audio book called "Three Bags Full" by Leonie Swann. Its a detective story told by a flock of sheep. Very entertaining.
    ~ Aili


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