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 And oooooover! 22/Feb/11 3:30 AM |  |
 What a coincidence: President's Day... The President ordered the cabinet to cut a whopping \$100 million from the \$3.5 trillion federal budget!I'm so impressed by this sacrifice that I have decided to do the same thing with my personal budget.I spend about \$2000 a month on groceries, More... 22/Feb/11 3:38 AM |  |
 Good morning all - we are already at the same place (number-wise, that is) as we were last night when I went to bed? You never know. Maybe it is all the Americans that are staying at home today (except that many/most of the regulars are at home every day!? 22/Feb/11 3:46 AM |  |
 Another beautiful day in South Florida, 77F sunny.Spring yard work here I come. 22/Feb/11 4:04 AM |  |
 Next to last day of playing with these grandkids - then back to Texas and finding a time to visit the grandson in Dallas some time next week. 22/Feb/11 4:08 AM |  |
 Good mAen, good people. Our electricity is restored (for now). Three power outages so far. We heard four trees in our woods go down yesterday and overnight from the ice storm. And Burl and I saw the brilliant flash of light last night from not one but two power lines snapping in two different directions 1/2 mile and 1-1/4 mile away. 22/Feb/11 4:10 AM |  |
 Jamie, it is great seeing or rather hearing you doing retirement stuff. We are in between Dallas and Aggieland, just in case you forgot. 22/Feb/11 4:15 AM |  |
 Too close for my comfort, Plum. Glad you are posting. Off to get that other girl. I really cannot believe it is JUST Monday. 22/Feb/11 4:17 AM |  |
 Karen.... Every day is the same here. Animals don't have holidays..... especially not during calving season. 22/Feb/11 4:22 AM |  |
 Today is one of those wonderful Kansas days. Beautiful sunshiney day with not a cloud in the blue sky..then you step outside and your breath freezes as it leaves your mouth. TinMan can't find his headphones, so is grumpy. I have a suggestion as to where he could keep them so he could always find them! 22/Feb/11 4:28 AM |  |
 How many cows do you have calving, Sarah beth? 22/Feb/11 4:33 AM |  |
 Glad you're enjoying your snow, Vici. Thanks, Karen. 22/Feb/11 4:37 AM |  |
 GannieMo - thanks for posting the IDIOT SIGHTINGS yesterday. I just read them. 22/Feb/11 4:43 AM |  |
 For a few folks to consider:'OLD' IS WHEN...Your sweetie says, 'Let's go upstairs and make love,' and you answer, 'Pick one; I can't do both!' 'OLD' IS WHEN... Your friends compliment you on your new alligator shoes And you're barefoot. 'OLD' IS WHEN... A More... 22/Feb/11 4:51 AM |  |
 I guess I'm officially old. 22/Feb/11 5:05 AM |  |
 Heidi, we bought 27 bred cows about a month ago. One cow had stillborn calves three days later. So far, only 3 cows have calved, two heifers and a bull. The calves are so cute. I am trying to not be too much of a city girl...thus the names T-Bone, Filet, and Short Ribs. 22/Feb/11 5:06 AM |  |
 Happy Presidents Day, even though it's a Holiday here our young people have to go to school. They have to make up the 8 days that were missed because of the snow. 22/Feb/11 5:08 AM |  |
 Sarah Beth, nice to see you here. Glad the Tin man lets you have some time off. Like the names of the calves, remember cute when young but not so much when older. 22/Feb/11 5:14 AM |  |
 Lunch time here, guess I should go find something to eat. 22/Feb/11 5:15 AM |  |
 Glad the snow is any place but here, I am really tired of the white stuff. It is cold here today, the high was 71º yesterday but it is only 34º now, supposed to be a high of 45º, we will see. 22/Feb/11 5:18 AM |  |
 I am 100 and boy do I feel it today. 22/Feb/11 5:19 AM |  |
 Sarah, Driving down the road, Man and Thing I, possibly Thing II (her English is not very good, yet), name the cows, ribs, T-bone, hamburger...too. 22/Feb/11 6:12 AM |  |
 We had gorgeous morning. Now, we are entering clothes optional time, we have passed the 80 degree mark. 22/Feb/11 6:13 AM |  |
 Sarah Beth.... I don't name any calves unless they're registerable purebreds. They get numbered ear tags at birth, when they're still wet. We're having about 35 cows calving this Spring, and the rest will be calving in the Fall. 22/Feb/11 6:19 AM |  |
 LOL Heidi, I told you I was a city girl. Actually, my girlfriend (total city girl) came up with the first two names. I keep telling TM we need to tag them while I can still remember who's who. Also, the little bull needs to become a steer. TM thinks that since I have medical training, that is More... 22/Feb/11 6:57 AM |  |
 Is this jeb?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nndS22Qda0 22/Feb/11 7:00 AM |  |
 1:30. Good morning all. 22/Feb/11 7:02 AM |  |
 The dishes and counters in the FPA are clean. Going out to check the cows. 22/Feb/11 7:07 AM |  |
 Yeehaa, I see the cowgirls are here! 22/Feb/11 7:32 AM |  |
 I asked TM how you could tell if a cow was in labor. He told me "If there are hooves sticking out of her behind." 22/Feb/11 7:35 AM |  |
 I imagine that's a dead give-away, Sarah Beth. I am working on Fiona's riddle. Maybe she should go paint some more doors. 22/Feb/11 7:41 AM |  |
 1:44 Picture reminds me of Wisconsin round Chippewa Falls/Eau Clare way. 22/Feb/11 7:50 AM |  |
 Sarah Beth... The first sign is that the cow is restless. Then, she holds her tail out behind her once contractions start. Once you see the 2 front hooves appearing, the calf should be on the ground in 15 minutes. If not, there's something wrong. It could only be minor. First time calvers can More... 22/Feb/11 8:04 AM |  |
 Talk about learning something new.I had a dog one time, think I was her midwife. She had 14 pups and she thought she had to sit in my lap to have each one. She was not a lap dog, a wiemeriener. I am so sure I misspelled that word. 22/Feb/11 8:23 AM |  |
 Wonder if that is the reason it took so long to have children? 22/Feb/11 8:23 AM |  |
 What, you thought you might have 14? I can see where that would have given you pause..... I am off to a boring meeting and, to add insult to injury, it has started sleeting. The only good news it I don't have to cook dinner. Bye. 22/Feb/11 8:29 AM |  |
 Watching labour is the best form of birth control! 22/Feb/11 8:32 AM |  |
 Thanks, Heidi. Fortunately, all of ours are "old" cows who should know what to do. I just think more of them should have "done it" by now. I did see one with a swollen v@lv@ (no, not volvo) and a fuller bag when I went out today. The last one to calve had been a little onery More... 22/Feb/11 8:34 AM |  |
 We're getting near the bottom, Karen... 22/Feb/11 8:35 AM |  |
 Of the page Judy!!! 22/Feb/11 8:35 AM |  |

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