Wednesday, 26 May 2010

A Quiet Day

Poppy and Frank
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Our lovely visitors are back in the paddock for a week while their field in the village is sprayed with something yucky. It's a win, win situation, they get fresh grazing and a holiday from being ridden every day and we get our grass cut and a little something in the kitty. And they look so right being there, if you know what I mean.
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Today I am taking it easy, we were out until chicken bedtime last night putting the new fencing up, it's not electrified yet but that will be completed tonight. When it got to 9.30 pm and we still hadn't had our tea we thought enough was enough. When we finished eating we both promptly fell asleep on the sofa, but it's not good waking up after midnight and having to climb into bed when you have to be up at 5am to go to work.
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So today I am taking it a bit easier.........but you know me one job can lead to another.....Lol!!
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Even the chickens have had a lie in, must go and get them up now.
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Sue xx

5 comments:

  1. They look perfect there - beautiful horses ( for a minute I thought you'd got horses to add to your growing livestock ! )
    I really admire your stamina Su

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  2. I hate falling asleep in the chair, it makes me feel dreadful, and broken sleep is never good sleep!

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  3. Good call Sue - can't be a good idea to be installing electrified things when exhausted. Hope it all gets working ok today though...
    xx

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  4. My husband falls asleep in the chair or sofa... I hope you manage to get a bit of a rest this week :-)

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  5. what very nice well looked after horses they are. Not thinking of buying one are you? Bit expensive for lawnmowers.
    My old pony is still going strong at 36 - you can have him if you like LOL.

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