Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Something's Afoot

Hay, Pippin. I think something's afoot.


I don't see anything on my foot.
Wayne was here last week. He took off 
all the extra stuff on my hoof.


No, no - that means that I think
something is going on. 


Well, why didn't you say that?


Have you noticed that our Mrs. Owner
and the man that is always around her
have taken away some of our fence panels?




Thank Gawd... I thought I was gaining
a lot of weight and that's why 
the paddock seemed smaller.

Yeah, and they carried away a bunch
of our hay - how stupid is that?
First, they bring it to the barn on a trailer
and grunt and groan as they pile it up.
Now they take it off the pile and put 
it back on the trailer and drive it away.


Uh, oh. I hope they still plan to feed us -
Maybe  they are gonna let us eat all of 
the grass in the pasture - yummmmmm!

You don't suppose that our Mrs. Owner is
tired of having us around, do you? You haven't
done anything to make her mad, have you?

I've tried to be good...  Well, I did kinda bend the
gate. Oh, and I broke the weld on the hinge
of another gate. Oh, and I pooped in my stall
and walked around in it all night - she did 
one of those heavy kinda sighs about that.
Oh, and I bent the D ring on the hay net... again. 
Oh, and I wouldn't come in from the pasture 
last night without a fuss.  Oh, and I kinda 
shoved her around as I was trying to beat 
you out of the gate...

Oh, Pippin, I'm kinda worried....



To be continued... 

8 comments:

  1. Hang tight guys, something is afoot, and I bet it will be wonderful!

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  2. Don't worry boys. Mama still loves even if you've been naughty ponies :)

    ~Lisa

    ps that last photo is too stinkin' cute!

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  3. It sounds as if "moving day" (or should that be "move in day"?) is close.

    Anne

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  4. It sounds like somebody's been a bit naughty, Pippin.

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  5. bad pony! but i am sure mama will always love you despite you being a bit rotten! :)

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  6. Can't wait to hear what's going on at your house boys (love that last photo! :o)

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