A couple of hours earlier I had phoned and said I would be there in about an hour to get some eggs. Well, it turned out to be closer to two and a half hours before I arrived. Thank goodness, my eggs were still there. Nothing like farm fresh brown shelled eggs!
Clarice offered me a piece of persimmon pudding, which I declined, although I know it would have been delicious. I started out the door, and Bill said, "Wait a minute. I'm not through with you yet!." I laughed and turned around, and then we discussed a place called Odon, Indiana and how good the fresh meat was at a butcher shop there. I said that would be a nice summer drive for Bob and me to take to check it out. Again, I started to leave.
Then I saw Patches lying on the floor, and thought how regal he looked. The iphone promptly came out of my pocket, focused on Patches, and kaboom, here he is! So handsome!
Animals are such amazing creatures and so much fun to watch! Wouldn't it be great to watch Patches herding those chickens?
This post was written by Pam Todd, a member of the Crafting for Animals Guild on Artfire, and whose studio, Bags and More by Pam, features hand-crocheted items for people, pets, and homes. Pam loves all things related to animals and nature. She is a supporter of The Elephant Sanctuary in Hohenwald, Tennessee, as well as donating items to other animal related charities to support their causes.