Friday, January 8, 2016

Leftovers

For those of you who enjoy videos from the farm...
this post is for you!
For you, who would rather a quicker post...I apologize.


While out and about this week I captured a little video in several of the animal areas.
And because I think my critters are just about the most adorable
and precious beings on the earth... I just had to share a little time spent with them...
with you!

I am taking the easy way out today, as yesterday was quite a busy day for me....
housecleaning, closet organizing, cooking a big pot of chili, cleaning the front pasture,
laundry, changing sheets and the normal farm chores filled my day from beginning
to end...
thus, no time left for writing a story....
so I am serving you...
leftovers!

In my opinion, the animals are way more interesting than anything I could write,
anyways!
So.... here you go....your very own visit....



PS....check out the Pink Fairy in her new sweater...


Happy Weekend, friends!
I hope yours is everything you hope it to be!!
We'll be back bright and early on Monday with more Tails From The Farm.

13 comments:

janie said...

I haven't looked at the video yet. lol

Your adorable, pretty in pink and fur, grandbaby is way toooo cute!!!

Have a great weekend, Janie

Anonymous said...

Bev, loved the video of your furry friends. It's awesome to love them, isn't it? Yep, the animals require massive amounts of physical work, and it's great that you love to do the work. I admire you so much, that you can take care of so many animals, and different animals! You don't need the gym at all! I still go to your blog first, every day. I love to start my day out with your day! Thank you for letting us all have a peek into your life.
Karla from Coal City, IL

Beverly Frankeny said...

Thanks, your words are uplifting and so very kind.

Alice said...

You could do voice-overs. Your voice is so soothing and calm. Why are the donkeys so territorial against the dog? Or does the dog try to herd them?

Patsy said...

Loved the video! I had to laugh at Moonbeam and Ollie standing side by side. And I thought Annie was in trouble when she got in the barn in front of the donkeys. But she is pretty quick.

Missy George said...

I'll take your leftovers any day..Her sweater looks great..Perfect fit..

Dawn McHugh said...

Great video, thanks for sharing, our dog knows not to go in with the Alpacas otherwise he would be toast :-)

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Hi Beverly,
Just what I needed this morning... Great video! Thank you so much.
Have a great weekend.
blessings,
Penny

Country Gal said...

I will take your farm leftovers any day lol ! Thanks for sharing great photos and video ! Have a good weekend !

Henny Penny said...

I loved the video! Being your newest follower I don't know all the animals yet. All of them are so pretty and sweet! Every year at Christmas I put "donkey" on my wish list. Maybe some day.

diane in wis said...

Hi Bev, Great video of all your critters on the farm....I love how you talking so soothingly to all of them.....they're so fun to see. Love you walking those turkeys home too! So the donkeys don't like Annie in their house hmm? Thanks for a great video! Love that baby at the end too....so pretty in pink!

daisy g said...

I just have to say that Moonbeam is one of the most striking horses I've ever seen. Just gorgeous. Hope you are able to have some fun this weekend.

Karen L. Bates said...

She just a doll...love that smile. What a cute sweater...I think I might need that pattern for Kennedy.

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