Wednesday, February 16

Wednesday Farm Photo: It Was a Good Morning

Sunrise in the Hayfield

The Daily Donkey 11: Ready and Waiting for Treats

©, the up before the sun foodie farm blog where today's early morning 40 mile trip to the vet's office for a spay and neuter extravaganza went off without a hitch (Beagle Bert's peeing all over my leg while sitting on my lap in the truck totally doesn't count), and when I called to check on Daisy and Bert at 5:00 this afternoon, they were both doing fine—especially since we were able to put them in a kennel run together this morning (along with Bert's security blanket and sock). Thanks for the well wishes. We're all really looking forward to having those two safe and sound and back on the farm tomorrow.


  1. Aw I hope Daisy and Bert are okay and home soon :)

  2. What happened to the post about Bert & Daisy's Big Adventure? when I tried to read about it, it said the page didn't exist! - did you take it down? Just askin' 'cuz I didn't get to see it yesterday.

    glad to know they are doing well though!

  3. I picked up Miss. Priss yesterday. Dropped of Juicy this AM. Neither will be happy about their spayings. But, we will be glad for no babies.


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