Homecoming (or: There goes the neighborhood)

It’s the dawn of a new day here at the farm.

The small woodland creatures could sense something was up.

My large woodland creatures could tell something was up as well.

the new kids on the block

It was move-in day at the farm for some special guys.

We (OK, the Country Boy and Eli) worked hard to finish the fence on one of the pasture sides to make this moment happen over the beautiful fall weekend.

First out, Donny – the wild child. Donny is small and has apparently not let that hamper his determination to wrestle with a briar bush. That guy needs a full on makeover.

Next were the Mountain Men – or Spike and Ike. They always like doing things together and they make a big fuss when separated so best to bring them over at the same time. And they say girls are the ones who need to do everything in groups…

The first impressions of their new digs seemed to go well. They liked their dinner.

They enjoyed peeping at the changing leaves.

My housekeeping apparently passed the sniff test.

what are you looking at?

Or maybe not…

So much stuff for three little mules

We moved in their luggage as best we could. These guys don’t pack lightly, you know.

Blending the family that might take a little time, but I think we’re off to a good start.

 

 

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About CountryBoyCityGirl

A city girl who fell in love with a country boy. Found bliss, along with large piles of mule droppings for her and two little girls to now try to avoid.
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