Monday, April 15, 2013

Mutton Mondays - a few things I learned this weekend.

Here's a not so heavy Mutton Monday post for ya!

A few things I learned this weekend is that I need dog-jail bars for my car to keep the 4-leggeds from trying to come sit on my lap while driving.
 The aftermath of trailing can be horrendous for your car. How am I barely just admitting to this?
Jigs can squeeze into the tiniest of places, especially when the alternative is sharing the front seat with ::gasp:: another dog!
I hope you can see Jigs' nose in this picture. She wasn't having the whole "sharing" thing.
Dog breath can help keep you warm on a chilly morning.
I will continue to stand by the belief that dog poo DEFINITELY smells worse than sheep poo.

AND the last and most important thing I learned this weekend is...

The ONLY thing, ladies and gents that will get this girl out of bed in the blink of an eye before the sun rises is a phone call saying, "It's a boy!"
We had our first lamb of the season this weekend.


Tree Hugger - Suzan said...


Crystal said...

Dying over the baby sheep, so so cute! But, can you blame Jiggy? There is no room on the front seat with that giant pooch!
I love your furbabies!

Jenny Glen said...

Cute pic of you and the lamb! You need a car like mine - I have a little Ford Ranger with a shell on the back. Both guardians think riding in there is kinda fun and even climb in voluntarily if I leave the back open. That keeps my part of the truck clean and slobber free.
(and I totally agree with you on dog poo vs sheep poo!)

Tombstone Livestock said...

Love it someone else that let's their dogs ride up front where there is A/C and a better view of where we are going. However I do make my Pyr ride in the back seat .... she just takes up so much space.