Dear Diary, Aarrggghhhh, had to get some chores done around the farm today and it ended up being ‘one of those days’. Mum came over for a coffee and brought a big lot of chook scraps, she really does love all the animals out here, bringing gifts, in food form, for all of them. What is usually a straight forward easy job turned into a series of unfortunate events.
While we were there, Hubby’s boss rocked up to check the sheep and our dog being the friendly dog that she is, went over to greet his dogs on his ute, so to make it easier for everyone, I ran over to grab her and tie her up so she was out of the way…… Wearing heels really are a hazard out here…….
Jumping the knee high fence (that really doesn’t keep the sheep where they are supposed to be) proved to be a bit harder than normal when you have an audience, this happened right in front of Hubby’s boss and it is the second time he has come over and found me lying in the middle of a paddock…….what does he think…….oh well, hahaha There was nothing I could do to make it look like it was deliberate so I just lay there and laugh and Mum snapped away with the camera she hides behind all the time. I got up, rather embarrassed and ran our dog over to get her out of the way, but on the way back to get Miss D from the chook shed…..I DID IT AGAIN!!!! No one saw it this time, so it didn’t happen. And, just to round off a perfect day….The chooks got into the eggs we collected and destroyed half of them!
Oh well, a few less eggs for Hubby’s breakfast tomorrow So, day 2 had me dusting up my MAZ dress from my collection and the killer boots………… So is this enough to earn a few donations for Ovarian Cancer research?? You can donate here.