Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Walk softly and carry a big stick

Hey, whatcha got there, bro'?



Great big stick.



Can I see?



Hey! Be careful! You almost put my eye out!


I said be careful! That thing hurts.



You're such a sissy. Is this one more your size?



Hey, don't go away mad! I was just kiddin' .


Will George take the bait?
Will Hank have to step in to restore law and order?
All that and more, in tomorrow's episode of "All My Children."

21 comments:

  1. I have to admit I got a kick out of the series of pictures and your captions, but OUCH!, those pictures of George getting 'beat up' with the stick ... ooooh, I could feel his pain!

    I'm wondering if it might just have to be Deets who will step in and straighten things out.

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  2. Awwwwww, your burros have so much personality! I love reading about their adventures, thanks for sharing your wonderful life on the ranch :)

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  3. I love watching your kids play. Who knew that burros did that kind of thing? Cute, cute, cute.

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  4. omg laughing my head off....thanks for the morning chuckles lol..too cute and funny

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  5. This is sooo cute. I love your burros. Looking forward to tomorrows episode.

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  6. Okay boys, remember it's all fun and games until someone gets their eye poked out with a stick. ;) Can't wait for tomorrow... good thing that Hank is standing in the background at least.

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  7. Nancy in NC4/27/10, 6:52 AM

    Can't wait to see the conclusion....I don't think George is walking away mad - I think he's walking toward Deets who will get things under control!

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  8. LMAO! And the saga continues.....

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  9. It's so interesting how 'mouthy' the donkeys are. I don't ever remember seeing horses spend so much time picking things up with their mouths.

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  10. I love the tonal quality of the photos you have here. Big hugs to the family.

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  11. o my that made me laugh so hard! thanks for making my day

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  12. I've been looking for money-saving ideas and HEY! I have an idea. I can cancel the morning paper because I can read the George and Alan Comics right here! Your blog is the perfect start to every morning.

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  13. This is precisely why I had to give up soaps.

    And NOW look at me!

    I'm addicted. I'll be back tomorrow. :)

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  14. Thanks for the giggles! You've got to have so much fun with those boys every day!!!

    Nancy in Iowa

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  15. Hilarious!!!!
    Alan and George should have their own cartoon or at the very least a cartoon strip!

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  16. LOL Have you ever tried throwing a stick to see if one or both of them will fetch it? X-D

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  17. Beamer loves to play with sticks too; he'll pick them up and shove them through the fence, offering them to the mares. I leave some nice long ones in there for him, it keeps him busy and keeps him from chewing on the walls of his shelter when he's bored. He doesn't have a cone though. Hmmm, I might have to get him one!

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  18. Children is right! Standing by ... and NO commercial breaks.

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  19. Never a dull moment on the 7MSN! I say not only does he take the bait, he spanks Alan with it!

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  20. I'm amazed by how playful and curious the burros are. Makes me wanna have a couple of my own really bad ...

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  21. Ha, ha...I *love* your "stick" posts! I also love how, despite a momentary bit of eye-poking danger, your boys seem to treat each other gently. We're having a bit ( <-- understatement) of a problem with gentleness (or the lack of it) here currently.

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