Friday, April 11, 2014

The squeaky wheel does not get fed first

Me: I wouldn't go out there if I were you.



Me: There's a hungry mob outside ... 



... and they know we're in here.



Hank lost his patience and opened the door.



Hank: How long does it take to cut open a bale of hay?!



He helped clean up the feed room floor while a line formed behind him.



George and Lucy barged in front of Hank and expressed their displeasure at the delay.




Alan waited patiently and respectfully outside the door. Guess who got fed first.


12 comments:

  1. Alexander (the Great)4/11/14, 6:19 AM

    Kids today!

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  2. Anne Boleyn4/11/14, 6:22 AM

    This is one of your BEST picture stories!

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  3. The construction of this post is wonderful; this will be one of my all-time favorites. You did such an artful composition, Linda. I love this one!

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    1. Completely agree, D!! love it :) sweet little Alan

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  4. 3 out of 4 equines surveyed said, "me, me, me". THis is really cute. Thanks for the Thursday chuckle. Oma Linda

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  5. SWEET as always!!! I LOVED looking through the peep hole too! LOL HAPPY WEEKEND! to all!

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  6. I like all your critters but Alan is just adorable. Love his bushy forehead and how his tidy little feets are so close together when he stands. And his perked ears. Too effing cute.

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  7. Love the line-up of hooves. I missed the part where JCC turned whiskers and ran! I'd love for he and Alan to become best buddies.

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  8. yes Johnny cashcat, the sweet pea! the picture of Lucy is funny cause she has the body of hank!! Alan has a capacity to look so sweet and nice

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  9. Oh my goodness. Love his sweet, patient face.

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