So, I bet you’ve been wondering what I’ve been up to in Ohio?! Well, it involves lots of animals, and working. Yep, pretty much those two things.
I thought the pictures of me working wouldn’t really be of interest to you, so I took lots and lots of pictures of the animals. You’re welcome!
I didn’t pack appropriate footwear to wander around the farm. I didn’t have that much room in my suitcase and, I’m not going to lie, I much rather have my cute wedge sandals than dirty farm footwear. So, what do you do when you don’t have anything to wear to the barn?! Scrounge through KT’s room and find a pair of flats that she clearly doesn’t want, since she left them behind, and wear them. With socks. For added protection from donkey hooves. Yep, that’s how I roll. Socks and flats. And capri pants. Classy. (K, this is what you’re missing.)
Here, Cinnamon is trying to attack the scary, scary, creepy, ugly turkey. I didn’t even try to stop her. Even if she mangled that thing, it would be an improvement. I mean, what is with the red-hanging-rubber-like-stuff coming off his neck?! Ew.
This is Penelope. We are best friends. She only recently started loving me because I bring her hay and baby carrots. Before, she wanted nothing to do with me. Is this why I have friends now? Do you only love me because I bring you treats? I’m not complaining. And, I’m definitely not going to stop. Keep the friends comin’!
Look at those cute little mini donkeys! They are like dogs. They love to be petted, especially on their cheeks. And, when you pet them on their cheeks, they tilt their heads. They also follow us around and lean against us.
This is Faith, the new girl. She’s very sweet. She even let me ride her. My butt is still sore. Thanks, Faith!
These are just a few of the many photos I took of the farm. I hope to post more for you very soon!
Thanks for stopping by!
Enjoy your day,