There were some ears of Indian corn that didn’t quite make the grade for my mom’s decorating. What am I supposed to do with those ears?
Easy. Take them out to pasture and holler for the cows (Okay one cow; one ox).
They were happy to volunteer to take them off my hands. Mom was kind enough to come along because I didn’t think I could feed them and take pictures at the same time.
He just takes the whole ear of corn in his mouth and chomps and chomps until it’s gone.
Maxine also gets a big ear of colorful corn.
MJ’s turn! He uses that tongue to just pull it out of Mom’s hand. I must say, his head looks kind of big next to hers.
I think purple is a good color for him.
Maxine was still struggling with that long ear of corn. Finally I took pity on her and gave her a shorter ear.
I don’t think they grow ears of corn that are too big for him.
Yes, MJ, I’m talking about you.
He’s such a sweet boy, but he’s got a serious slobbering problem.
Mom found Maxine another short ear of corn. She’s way slower at eating than him.
Much easier to eat! I just love the polka dots on her tongue!
MJ would eat all the corn himself if I let him. He’s not shy about taking the cobs from her.
He really is a big boy. Mom might be height challenged, but he’s still huge.
Linking to Jenny Matlock’s Alphabe-Thursday where the letter of the week is C.
Linking to You Capture where this week’s theme is fun!