Ok, so Nate and I went out house hunting the other day (yes, the llamas are shopping for a house of their own.) We aren’t going to buy for a long time but we want to have a good idea of what we want. If anyone knows of a nice place that is going to be for sale in Tompkins County, let us know. But, while we were out we went looking for sheep guarding llamas! We found a flock of sheep with a lone llama on Lounsberry Road in Caroline. It is a very cute llama too. We were quite impressed. We also think that we found someone who might want to sell the llamas their llama. We are very happy. We did find someone with a farm that is going to let us keep our mascot llama there. So, we are very excited llamas as you can tell. Llamas are so cool. Did you know that they make wonderful pets, fit easily into a minivan and have small, odorless dung? Well, it’s true. You should all learn more about llamas.
Speaking of bizarre barnyard incidents…Nate and I were back home on our farms earlier today and we went by one of our old haunts to get some awesome bacon-turkey hot subs. Anyway, we found the world’s coolest key chain. It is a pooping pig! Yes, on a key chain! I know that no one is going to believe this but it is true. It is a small pink pig on a key chain. When you squeeze it, it poops. How weird. I will get a picture to put up so that you all can see it. We had to buy one since no one was going to believe us. The sub shop said that they were all out of cows (or we would have bought more) and never had any llamas but had sold out five cases of these things already! Holy cow, or pig, as the case may be. Or should I say holy POOP!!
Nate and I spent the day yesterday in Rochester seeing Rent. What a great musical. Bob drove out to Ohio to see a friend of ours and Loopy decided to just camp out at the house alone.
I can’t believe how warm it was yesterday. Weren’t we getting snow last week? It hit 74Ã‚Â° F yesterday. That is just screwed up!
Don’t forget that easter is coming up this weekend so make sure to stock up on chocolate now. Mmmmmm… Cadbury cream eggs!