Monday, November 14, 2011

The Gatekeeper

Little Joey had no issues at all fitting right in. Even with the new guy the boys, not having any girls to show off or generally makes fools of themselves for, get along quite well.  For the most part anyway. They are of the males of the species though so some horseplay can be expected.

“Peter wont’ let me in the barn again,” said Frankie.

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“Why won’t you let him in the barn,” I asked?

“He won’t say the password,” replied Peter.

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“Well then you’d better say the password, Frankie.”

“I don’t want to, it’s stupid.”

“Just humor him, Frankie.”

“Okay, fine!  Little pig, little pig, let me in,” said Frankie.

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“No, not by the hair of my chiny, chin, chin!”

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“See! I told you!”

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“Stop being a jerk and let me in.”

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19 comments:

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

LOL rolling on the floor laughing here. They are just so cute.

Denise at Autumn Sky said...

OMG, I just love your little barnyard stories. And the characters are so stinkin' cute!!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Hilarious!

Gone Country said...

That's too funny!

They're so stinkin' cute!

Michelle said...

Thanks for the morning grin! (-:

Milah said...

Funny farm!

Florida Farm Girl said...

These guys are just so adorable. How do you not hug on them every day???

Anonymous said...

They are adorable -- glad to know I'm not the only one who tells barnyard stories -- have a great day!

Jean-MN

Courtney said...

~Grin~

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Your white alpaca are lovely!!
I especially am in love with your blue eyed deaf boy!!! Teach him some sign language:-}}}}
A bit partial here since I teach the deaf!

frugalmom said...

How sweet! This made me laugh. I really just want to hug them and feel their super soft fleece :-)

Christine said...

Suzan I only know the alphabet and a couple of phrases in sign. If only he had a few more digits...

Nancy K. said...

He doesn't have to DO sign language to be able to LEARN it. Lots of dog trainers use sign to teach dogs...

You're alpacas really are gorgeous! If I recall correctly (and that's a BIG 'if') weren't they all rescues? I am so envious of all the beautiful fleece you're going to get off of them.

And your photo stories are absolutely adorable! Always crack me up.

kristi said...

First of all, this was absolutely hysterical! Secondly, if I ended up with 2 gelding alpacas at some point in the future, just saying, I am telling my mom its Front Porch Indiana's fault;)

Mary Ann said...

I love them, Christine, I see why you do, too!

The Barn Door said...

LOL how darn cute!!!

I'm gonna tell Mom! said...

Kids.

Benita said...

I love it!!! It really looks like tha tis what they are saying.

Sandy said...

I loved the story! They look so very soft.