I want to be a farmer – Part 2

by Deb McCormick on November 10, 2011

in Our Alpacas

OK, now where was I? I was so tired last night folks, when I was writing my 1st post about the farm trip. I couldn’t keep my eyes open while sitting at the keyboard. I did something I haven’t done in probably a year. Went to bed at 11 PM.  The Kindergarten field trip was fun, but tiring at the same time. There are two times when a bed feels the best it can possibly feel. 1) When you’re so exhausted you don’t care about anything or anyone around you at the moment, and 2) When your alarm clock goes off the next morning. Why does a bed feel so good when you have to crawl out of it at 6 AM? It’s just not fair.

Moving on…

The kids got to experience their first corn maze.

I have never seen that many 5 year olds together running that fast. It was very funny. All the bright green shirts blended together and looked like a solid fast moving river of green.

Zoe wants a Pony. I think Olivia probably wants one too.

I could seriously love a pony.

She also wants a rabbit.

She has brought home the same book “A Practical Guide To Caring For Your Rabbit” from the school library. Twice.

I wish I could adopt the lady that read stories to the kids.


Because they never act like this when I read to them.

Moooooooo!

And for the kids… so when they are all grown up, they will know I was there on their field trip.

“let’s git up here in this here wagon and git ourselves on a hay ride! Yeehaw!

Then there was the pumpkin patch. All laid out perfectly.

Today’s kids are so soft.

And the highlight of the day was when a rooster was brave enough(or stupid enough) and wandered out of his safe place.

I don’t think he will be doing that again any time soon.

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Part 3 is coming up on Friday. I will explain why you should never go anywhere with me and my mother.

Oh and P.S. –  Zoe wants a rabbit.

P.S.S. – I’m going to talk Hubhunk into getting one for her. And 3 more for the others.

(Maybe we can start a rabbit farm)

P.S.S.S. – What does P.S. mean?

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Ruth November 10, 2011 at 10:17 am

P.S. means post script.
It looks like the kids had a lot of fun.
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audrey November 10, 2011 at 12:10 pm

OMG!! Im cracking up…This blog is laid out perfectly for reading punchlines and scrolling to see the pictures. Hilari-o.

Love ya Mom!

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Deb November 11, 2011 at 12:51 pm

what?? You missed my typo? I’m surprised you let it slip! LOL

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Debbie November 10, 2011 at 1:58 pm

lol- PS- is Post Script

so when you have more post scrips it should be Post Post Script (PPS)

farm trips are so much fun!

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Deb November 11, 2011 at 12:50 pm

ugh. That means my daughter will send me an e-mail shortly telling me it should be P.P.S, instead of P.S.S, as I have it in my blog!

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Runnermom-jen November 10, 2011 at 5:19 pm

Just read part one of this too…that farmhouse picture is really beautiful!! I love field trips.
Love the line about the pumpkin patch all laid out. :)
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Deb November 11, 2011 at 12:49 pm

Thanks Jen!

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Sheri November 10, 2011 at 9:13 pm

Great post! I want to be a farmer too and I’ll take a pony or two or three. Both the rooster photos are so hilarious to me. I need some sleep too…
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maria November 11, 2011 at 12:18 am

ahhh, i’d love to be a farmer! i really would. i always ask my husband if my next vehicle can be a big old truck…one that i can blast my country music out of ;) he just shakes his head
that picture of the kids and the rooster made me bust out laughing. seriously, that pic could become famous :)
love your photos and your stories!
<3
maria

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Deb November 11, 2011 at 12:49 pm

I loved the rooster picture too. I also tried to get a video, but it didn’t turn out. Everyone was moving too fast!

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Christine November 11, 2011 at 10:58 am

Sign me up for being a farmer! This must have been a great day for all. It looks like so much fun!
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Deb November 11, 2011 at 12:47 pm

Yes it was. The weather was perfect too. Sunny, but with a cool breeze.

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Katie November 11, 2011 at 11:12 am

I wonder if I could pose as a fifth grader and take one of these awesome field trips. I might just be a little too tall…just a little. Looks like loads of fun! And I definitely think the kids should get both a pony AND a rabbit, but that’s just me :)
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Deb November 11, 2011 at 12:46 pm

I agree – I just need to talk “the father” into it.

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Laura November 12, 2011 at 11:42 am

Your trip looks like fun! I hear a rabbit is a good pet – just get it fixed asap – you don’t need 4,000 bunnies at the house!

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Deb November 13, 2011 at 9:21 am

hahahahaha – good tip!

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