It has been a busy week around here trying to get the Christmas tree up and decorated, dealing with ever changing schedules due to the weather, and trying to keep up with all the critter chores. Let me tell ya, there is nothing as glamorous as dealing with frozen water containers, getting your gloves stuck to metal and trying to collect eggs before they freeze and crack.
So what made me smile this week
Snow, snow and more snow!
Lily turned out to NOT be pregnant!!! No baby bunnies in the freezing dead of winter!
Some of the enrichment items we collected up to donate to
the zoo that hosts the oldest country kid's autism program.
The country kids were excited to give our donation to the keepers at the zoo at the monthly program.
While at the zoo this month we got to see the zoo after dark. Every see a sleeping black rhino? Now you have!
The zoo was decorated with Christmas lights. They gave us these special glasses to view the lights.
I've never dropped acid, but imagine this might be what it might be like. LOL
Tinsel the Christmas pig guarding the tree.
Day three of the hostage situation (aka not being let out of the shed due to below zero temps.) Fifi and Larry were having a discussion as to the day's agenda. Breakfast first, then total mayhem seems to be the consensus.
Introducing the newest members of the (mis)Adventure family, Finny and Finley!
We surprised the country kids with an early Christmas present today and let them pick out a fishy friend.
The temps finally got above zero. Mr. Bill was overly excited when I opened the pop door. FREE AT LAST!!!!!!!!
Heidi the homestead hound and Nate never coexist in the same space!
But here they are, caught red pawed, checking out the presents!!
Who are some happy ducks!?!? Hot tub time!
We had our family yearly eye exams and I was so proud of the littlest country kid who was identifying letters and numbers, CORRECTLY, for the doctor. Guess he is learning something at preschool after all.
Remember to take time out of your busy day to find your own things to make you smile!