Friday, March 20, 2015

My husband, so funny...

So when I walked into our bedroom last night, I found this...


Flat Nat!


My husband is hilarious. And that cow is Denise. He gave her to me after my hysterectomy nine years ago. I named her after our vet at the time, Dennis. She is the perfect size to put behind my neck when I'm reading in bed.

I like how Naomi is sleeping where she normally sleeps on my body when I'm in bed!! And Emerson and Honey are just spectating. Speaking of Emerson and Honey...


They just LOVE each other. Before this pic was taken, they were busy grooming each other.

And here's a pic of our farm now and in the 1940s...


I think I've posted the old farm pic before but it's interesting to see them side by side. The house, barn and granary are all still here. The wooden silo and trees along the laneway are gone, and the garage is new!



19 comments:

  1. Nat, you are so lucky to have Gordon in your life.

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  2. I love it. Natalie after the Rapture! hahhaa!

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    1. Baaaahahahah YES! That's it!

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  3. as always, your photos speak to my heart...

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    1. Thank you, what a lovely comment!

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  4. Sometimes life gets a little crazy with some unpredictable critters.

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    1. Especially unpredictable husbands! :)

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  5. That is so funny! Looks like the cats were thinking it might be you there. I love the farm pictures!

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    1. They don't seem to mind that I am entirely flat!

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  6. P.S. and thank you for following my blog. It's an honor.

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  7. that is so precious! So much love and coziness there!

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  8. Awwww....on so many levels!

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  9. Uh-oh, so there are other humans who have cats sleeping on them! I love your husband's sense of humor. Great shot of your farm then and now. Hope you're having a great weekend. Jo

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  10. HaHaHa, what a sweet thing to do :-) I love that the kitties joined in :-)

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  11. Loved the side by side photos....what a great history you have with your farm .

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Thank you for all your comments, which I love to read!