you always manage to crack me up.
Looks like I will be having a niece some time today.
I should have a very long post about the rabbits coming next week.
New coop going up and maybe even building that smoke house.
I forgot to mention, my brother's girlfriend's father built a very cool outside furnace. I talked with him about it when I was up in Fort Scott. It is something that Husband was wanting to do, but now we know some one that has done it, and can improve on his version.
Speaking of Husband, he is one of my issues. This might sound a little odd, but Husband and I are getting married. What!?! But. . . Some of you are new here and do not know the story of Husband and I. We are legally married, however I had no idea that we even got married. Husband came home one day and told me to sign something, as it was for insurance. I signed it and the next day Husband comes home from work and tells me that HR at the motorcycle builders shop had married us. You can marry by proxy in this State. But I want to actually get married, with friends and family around. It has been several years now, and I think it was time. Husband on the other hand feels like it is just play and wasn't really into it. And I was feeling a bit put out about it. But after a few days of talking about things, and him realizing that it crushed me that he didn't want to have a wedding that he finally agreed to it. We have a date, but not a year. Not sure if I could get it all together by the date this year. But I will let you know.
Murrial jumped the fence into good neighbors yard. Good thing that the cows being over there is ok. However, fence jumping is severely frowned upon in our home. So looks like barbed wire (or Bob's wire as Small says) will be going up. Sam had stepped through it and got stuck again the other day. It will stop her as well. I need to talk to Good Neighbor about what he is growing over there. I called the cows home and here they come running, so bloated that there bellies where bouncing out to their sides. Reminded me of running with out a bra. Yes, it looked uncomfortable. I was worried about bloat, but that doesn't seem to be the case, everyone is pregnant and that helps it out a bit. The largeness of it all. But they are very happy cows, and Sam's butt is getting a little too big. She will need some extra walking time.
I was doing dishes when I felt something small and furry on my barefoot. At first I thought it was the gerbil out of it's cage, but when I looked down, it was a chipmunk. Good thing I am not girlishly afraid of rodents. The cat (pepper) thought to bring me a gift. How sweet is that?