Friday, December 10, 2010

Rise and Shine!

It’s time for chores, want to come along? Okay, but bundle up, it’s going to be cold out there. 

“Good morning, Willa. Time for breakfast.”

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“Hello goats. How are you this morning? No, I don’t have any cookies.”

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“It’s time for your breakfast.”

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“Good morning, Ladies. How are my favorite sheep today? No, I don’t have any cookies.”

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“Breakfast is served.”

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“Good morning, chickens. No, it’s not toxic waste. It’s just snow.”

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“Come and get it.”

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It just occurred to me, I don’t run a hobby farm. I run a bed and breakfast. Come back later and you can help me with their turn-down service.

christinesig

12 comments:

Milah said...

Ha! What you got there is a five star health spa/resort!

kristi said...

I love the toxic waste comment! Now at your bed and breakfast are your "guests" very vocal? As soon as the light goes on in the barn, I know I have turned on the alarm clock for all of my sleeping neighbors!

Michelle said...

Bed and breakfast -- I love it! And come to think of it, I'd rather run this kind than any other.

John Gray jgsheffield@hotmail.com said...

absolutely love the goose stepping sussex just about to walk down the gangway!!!!

Conny said...

Will they be expecting mints on their pillows too? Hee, hee.

Boy, I bet they're glad to see you in the morning. I love mornings like that.

Cheers~

The Barn Door said...

Oh too funny!! Great pic to go with the toxic waste comment.

sheepsclothing said...

The Bed and Breakfast remark is just perfect. I feel much the same way- gotta keep the guests happy!

Nancy K. said...

SO TRUE!!!

schoonoverfarm said...

Bed and breakfast. I never thought of it that way but it is!

Chai Chai said...

I love the picture of the chicken looking down at the snow - perfect comment as well!

thecrazysheeplady said...

B&B!!! You are right. THAT'S what we're doing :-D.

Tombstone Livestock said...

At the feed store price of hay in California that looks like about $50.00 worth in the sheep feeder. B&B Buffet Table is well stocked.