...which I will take any day over a silk purse...Smiles,Lisa
Lisa T said it all! Sorry, you are surrounded by smarta**es.Kelly :)
Love the ear, but have no desire for a whole piggy here:) Non sequitur question for you -- how do you keep the goats out of the wheelbarrow when you are trying to do work in their stall and yard? It's like a Keystone Kops routine out there. Caper even figured out how to tip it over and make the wheel spin.
Terry, I can't keep them out of the wheelbarrow when I clean stalls. That is why they aren't invited to the stall cleaning party. Just when I get the wheelbarrow full and turn my back for just a second one of them comes along and knocks it over. I have another pasture I put them in when I clean their stalls. It is too hard to get anything done when they are around. Try to hammer a nail and their nose is between the hammer and the nail. Try to move something and they are standing on it. You get the picture. So I have learned over the years if I want to get something done...don't invite the goats.
But we like to help! It's so much fun to jump up in those full wheelbarrows and knock them over! :)
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