Monday, September 14, 2009

Half-Price with Coupon

I came home to all healthy and happy animals. Even the injured rooster has healed up nicely. I had put him in a big cage with the other chickens in the barn, because I was afraid the other rooster would pick on him. When I put them all in the back yard, he went first, then the hens, then the other guy, and there was no trouble. Yay! They are all in the yard bug hunting now.

The red hens have been laying for a few weeks now, nice large eggs of two ounces each. Being in the barn must have jolted the banty hens a bit, because they are not brooding anymore, but rather ranging around the yard like the others.

The two little dogs are not to be found. Good Neighbor Nancy heard tires squealing and a bumpbump last Wednesday and says she has not seen them since. I don't actually know what happened, but what a tragedy. The real tragedy, though, is that those people will soon have some other canine or two around, because don't ya know, they just love their dogs. Sigh.

Anyway. I can't control the world.

I saw this great little minivan in the WalMart (Your Place for Cheap Plastic Crap) in Joplin, Missouri, and had to take a picture. Met the owner, who works in movies! She said the fake fur was cheaper than a paint job, and so far it has lasted two years! through rain, snow and going 90 mph.


Mouse said...

That's either "fabulous"- as in "OMG..that's so horrible that I want to look away but I JUST CAN'T!"... or "terrible"- because seriously dude.. that thing has gotta smell like wet dog by now. I just can't figure out which.

Knitting Linguist said...

I am hugely entertained by the fake fur car. But glad I don't have one myself... Glad to hear that everyone was healthy and happy when you got home!


Actually? No smell! The owner, a woman who works in the movie industry, said it was two years old and has stood up to rain, snow, and 90 mph. Cheaper than a paint job, she said.