The dogs on the floor last night after I finished work. Flat and OUT. Because we had been flat out I suppose. Though their “flat out” makes more sense than the busy, busy “flat out”.
I smelt pretty bad after a flat out day maybe I KNOCKED them out.
BooBoo follows his kittens everywhere they go and is quite worried now that I have allowed them to wander outside in the daytime. He knows where each one is every minute. And keeps moving between them wishing they would stay in one place.
Piles of rain last night – a proper thunder storm. And I have no hay down!
Today Alissa is back on board and we can get some pig fences sorted out.
The cows have worked out how to move the brick that keeps the chook house door a little open (for chickens) and (mostly closed) because of cows.
Of course the big red Bobby would never do anything like that – I am not sure he could even fit through the door.
I hope you have a lovely day.
Weather: Look at this forecast that came out of nowhere.
Monday 08/21 60% / 0.14 in
Partly to mostly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms. High 84F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 60%.
Monday Night 08/2180% / 0.54 inScattered thunderstorms during the evening becoming more widespread overnight. A few storms may be severe. Low near 70F. Winds SSW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 80%.
That kitten is looking so unbearably winsome, he must be planning something fiendishly naughty. Poor Boo, torn between two naughty kittens. They do say herding cats is the hardest!
Boo must be so happy to have some kittens 🙂
What sweet little kitten face.
The photographs are beautiful. I love Bobby’s face. Every bit is sweet and lovable as the kittens, just different. That stormy light makes everything so nice and saturated. But, unfortunately, it probably leaves you all saturated too. I think I knocked some people out yesterday too…lots and lots of cleaning. Good workout though. x
Well those kittens should occupy Boo pretty thoroughly. Busy is the key descriptor of kittenhood.
Have a great Eclipse today.
Aah no, not good weather for eclipse viewing. Lady A doesn’t look like she will fit either. I suppse they are after grain? Laura
LOL! “Like herding cats”; )
Looks a little startled in that first pic. A bit of a worry wort, the little Tabby?
Poor Boo, there’s a thankless job!
Omg, didn’t even notice her at first (but it doesn’t really look like she “fits” either: ) LMAO!!
Did you notice in picture 3 that the streaks on the barn match the Lady A’s cow’s design? Nature’s whimsy.
Hope you have a good streak this week
Lovely pic of the kitten. I enjoy all your photos, but this was just sweet.
Also, did the newsletter go out? I didn’t receive it.. I’ve checked my spam, etc.
Oh NO! Yes it did go out and we had one that was not received – I bet that was you. Can you re- register and them email me at email@example.com and I will email you my copy.
Nowhere, that’s where our weather in Missouri comes from too. Not sure what it means to “have no hay down”, but it sounds like maybe you will have taken bath (as they say on Wall Street). 😓 Two baths actually. One of them yesterday. 😼
Great stories about Boo and the curious cows! Photos too. Now I have more of a skip in my step (except when I think about wer hay.)
Great photo of the proud father cat. I’m sooo impressed how he watches over his babies !! ; o )
Solar eclipse to day so not sure how that will affect the weather. That dear Boo Boo. He really is a dyed in the wool caretaker of all things vulnerable, especially baby anythings.
Did I miss something? I don’t see a photo of Boo or TonTon.
I’m curious to know how the animals reacted to the eclipse. I’m still a regular visitor here & love seeing the farmy developing each year.
Pray tell! What do the cows want in the chook house? Chicken feed? Hah! That kitty photo is a winner…one for the calendar for sure!
Love .. that kitty pic Celi! And a wonderful day to you