Saturday, November 4, 2017

MEANWHILE HERE IN THE HOOD


THINGS WERE
HOPPING
HERE IN THE HOOD

WHEN THESE PEOPLE
CAME FOR THE WEEKEND




WE DIDN'T LET
THE COLD OR WET
STOP THE FUN



THE HIGHLIGHT
OF THE WHOLE WEEKEND
WAS MY ADVENTURE PAL, SHEILA
INVITING US TO THE FARM
FOR A HAYRIDE

WITH A OINK OINK HERE




AND A HEE HAW THERE


MY CITY SLICKER GRANDS
WERE HIGHLY ENTERTAINED
AS WE BOUNCED AROUND THE FARM
IN THE HAY WAGON

AND THEN WE ROASTED WIENERS
AND SET MARSHMALLOWS ON FIRE


AND TOLD TALL TALES
WHILE SITTING
BY THE BONFIRE


WHILE MR. BOB THE CAT
WAS NEARBY IN THE WOODS
ENJOYING SQUIRREL 
FOR DINNER


THEY ALL WENT HOME
AND MY HOUSE IS
QUIET AS A MORGUE

PLANS ARE ALREADY BEING MADE
FOR THE NEXT
TEXAS INVASION
OF THE HOOD

SURE DO MISS THAT CREW!

8 comments:

  1. Wonderful photos and great adventures, Lulu. You're so lucky. Love the baby pigs.

    God bless you and your family always.

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    1. The pigs were the big hit of the night, Victor. They run around as a pack and it is hilarious to see them in motion!
      Blessings, My Friend!

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  2. What a wonderful time, big smiles. I just love, love the skeleton in the chair and of course, the pigs. I sure wanna a pet pig, smiles.

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    1. Mr. Bones makes an appearance The month of October every year at the grands' home. She would give you a pig if we could figure out a way to get it to you. They are miniature pot bellies. So ugly they are cutešŸ¤£.
      Blessings, My Friend!

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    2. AWWWWW.....I love piggies..............smiles---they make great pets and they are house trainable. smiles---I'm not sure Coffee would allow another animal in, especially a piglet, LOL. I told hubby I already have a name, if and when we ever get back living to the farm; Hamhock or Porkchop. LOLOLOL

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  3. And what a lovely crew you have, Loralu! Thanks for sharing the good times and wonderful photos.
    Blessings!

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