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 Welcome to page 4. 22/Feb/11 8:36 AM |  |
 Boogidy! 22/Feb/11 8:36 AM |  |
 Heck, let's go for a CP. 22/Feb/11 8:37 AM |  |
 It's pretty easy when no one else is here. 22/Feb/11 8:38 AM |  |
 Don't even have to type fast... 22/Feb/11 8:39 AM |  |
 ???? 22/Feb/11 8:40 AM |  |
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzSaoN2LdfU 22/Feb/11 8:40 AM |  |
 Sorry HalT, had to do that mommy stuff. 22/Feb/11 8:41 AM |  |
 Those forecast guessers, may have gotten something wrong. According to the local weatherman, it is 30 degrees out. I am still considering clothes optional day. Windows are open. There is a tiny, tiny smidge, wishing Thing II was up from her nap, so we could go outside. 22/Feb/11 8:43 AM |  |
 Weather guesser changed his mind. He said it is 79 degrees now. That I can believe. 22/Feb/11 9:10 AM |  |
 Morning all!Karen - there's a big difference between 30deg and 79deg. That weather guesser does just that - guess!Sarah Beth - thanks for those links - I live that memory one every day!This just proves it - Max had to go to the vet - I hope he's OK but now I can't remember whose dog he was. Captain J? 22/Feb/11 9:21 AM |  |
 Ah!!! I love to hear the sound of Fiona, Kathy and Judy sparring. (Oh, OK, read their comments.) It starts my day well and cheers me up.Vici - love the photo! 22/Feb/11 9:23 AM |  |
 I have raise chickens and cats, but my friends who lived in the country raise sheep, goats and pigs. Yes it is the goats who do the separating. 22/Feb/11 9:30 AM |  |
 Captain J.... we're waiting to hear how Max is doing. 22/Feb/11 9:34 AM |  |
 Especially for Sarah=Beth and Heidi: A man who was a part-time drag racer was helping one of his cows give birth, when he noticed his 4-year-old son standing wide-eyed at the fence, soaking in the whole event.The man thought, "Great... he's 4 and I'm gonna have to start explaining More... 22/Feb/11 9:35 AM |  |
 Max is doing well. He got all his shots and is sleeping peacefully by my side. The little bugger cost me about \$23.75 per pound today, but he's worth it. 22/Feb/11 9:39 AM |  |
 I would have to sell a kidney or something if I took No Max in. 22/Feb/11 9:46 AM |  |
 I have been trying to print off an employment application for the last 30 minutes. Changed ink cartridge, changed copy quality, kept printing over previous copy, unable to get a decent copy. I may pretend to fix something for supper, and leave the house and go to town. Tomorrow, will go to actual place and request a copy of application. 22/Feb/11 10:08 AM |  |
 Family tale.Man takes the girl's riding on the 4-wheeler every afternoon, even when it is freezing. He also has to carry, along with two girls, their babies, or be smoothered in princess outfits, plus carry his own cooler box. Today, he had to strap down a big dump truck on the front, a scooter More... 22/Feb/11 10:09 AM |  |
 When No Max was smaller, he was able to ride too. 22/Feb/11 10:10 AM |  |
 I am afraid that I am a truly city bred child. A neighbor gave me and my brothers 4 little yellow chickies. I had named two of them Chiquito and Chiquita. Chiquita was the littlest one and most fragile. I took care of her everyday making sure she went to bed each night in her own little nest. 22/Feb/11 10:11 AM |  |
 One day the little ingrate had the audacity to crow under my window. I ran out, grabbed her, and pushed her into her nest. I yelled, "Shut up and lay an egg!" 22/Feb/11 10:12 AM |  |
 My mother took her broken hearted daughter and tried to explain the facts of life. Between my sobs, I asked "No eggs?" 22/Feb/11 10:14 AM |  |
 My mother would serve something called konyaku. I never liked the rubbery noodles and would sneak them into a napkin. Then after dinner, I would dangle those noodles, crooning, "Worms!" to the chicken. They ate them with relish. 22/Feb/11 10:16 AM |  |
 They got back at us by laying eggs with thin leathery shells (we didn't give enough calcium in their feed). Plus the yolk was a reddish orange. Nothing like trying to eat sunny side up eggs looking like the flag of Japan. My baby brother to this day cannot eat eggs for breakfast! 22/Feb/11 10:18 AM |  |
 cp! 22/Feb/11 10:19 AM |  |
 2.20 22/Feb/11 10:51 AM |  |
 Shosho... The best, healthiest eggs have a reddish orange yolk. The eggs you buy in a grocery store have those pale yellow yolks because the hens are confined and never get to see the sun. Nor do they get to eat fresh greens or insects. Or the occasional mouse. 22/Feb/11 11:10 AM |  |
 Living out here, I have been educated in so many ways. One of the things I miss about city life, I go to the store and do not have to worry about where my food came from. It came from the shelf. I have seen way too many animals mate and seen an egg come out of chicken. These are things I just really wish I had never seen. Though the eggs were so much better. 22/Feb/11 11:25 AM |  |
 So.... Joe and Tim go to a delicatessen for lunch. Joe orders a beef tongue sandwich on rye toast. Tim looks disgusted, turns to Joe and says "Ugh, how can you eat something that comes from an *animal's mouth*?" Joe says "It doesn't bother me at all. By the way, what are you having?" Tim says "I'm having eggs." 22/Feb/11 12:17 PM |  |
 I vaguely remember seeing my sweet, lovable grandmother walk out into yard, grab the nearest hen by the neck, give it a whirl, and snap its head off. That chicken was later served at dinner. I was around 5 years old at the time.Absolutely true story. My mother confirmed it when I asked her about it a few years later. 22/Feb/11 12:28 PM |  |
 My childhood friend's, mother did that and then swung the bird around. I was never the same after that. At the time, I did not know, that food had come from one place before it went to the store.One of my step dad's, introduced me of where meat came from. Darn man brought the cutest calf ever More... 22/Feb/11 12:47 PM |  |
 I would much rather eat something I raised. This way, I know that it was happy and healthy all it's life, and when it went, it didn't feel a thing. 22/Feb/11 12:58 PM |  |
 I just covered Max's eyes so he would not see that last comment. 22/Feb/11 1:05 PM |  |
 When I was a kid, we would go from Texas to Ohio (my parents home), every other year for two weeks. Both of my grandparents, and many of my other kin, were farmers. I learned one hell of a lot during those visits. I remember one time being present while my uncle and two cousins turned some young male pigs into barrows. I'll never forget the squealing. 22/Feb/11 1:08 PM |  |
 Has Max been nuetered, Cap'n? 22/Feb/11 1:11 PM |  |
 I am a firm believer in not killing anything that I have naned. Spot and I were friends. Oh, I have given Man many names over the years for this reason. 22/Feb/11 1:14 PM |  |
 Oh, look where we are. 22/Feb/11 1:14 PM |  |
 I've just read where that there has been another earthquake in Christchurch NZ. The tower on the cathedral has collapsed. How terrible for them as they say people have been killed. 22/Feb/11 1:14 PM |  |
 For CP, so she does not have to scroll so far, when she gets in from work. 22/Feb/11 1:15 PM |  |

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