Monday, June 1, 2009

The Porch



"All the benefits of the barn without them actually having to make the effort to walk up there." ~ Saint Tim.



"Whatever." ~ Claire Bear

Even taking these through the screen door doesn't soften that look.

The hay is back on the porch because Graham Lamb had some milk go down his "Sunday Throat" Saturday evening, so I wanted to be able to keep a closer eye on him that night. He's fine.

That was probably their plan all along ;-).

7 comments:

Barbara's Spot on the Blog said...

The cats know something warm to sleep on when they see it :)

Denise said...

those silly wascals :-)

Alice said...

Well, it's nice to see that things are back to "normal" on the porch. Hopefully your medical menegerie has settled down somewhat.

Peruby said...

Oh my gosh! I had to google the phrase "Sunday throat". I thought it was something specific to sheep when I first read your post.

I am from Ohio and I come to find out it is a mid-western phrase. Where have I been? I've never heard that expression before. I've always heard it as "the wrong pipe."

thecrazysheeplady said...

Isn't it funny what all you can "google"? I say wrong pipe too.

DayPhoto said...

Graham Lamb really did plan it, he just didn't want you to figure that out. Just like any kid, thinking they are smarter than their Mom.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

WildBlack said...

LoL! As always...

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