The Rainbow After the Rain

27 Jun

I was a bit irritated with Sidney again because she left her kids in pasture again (you’ll read more about that when I’m on vacation).

I had already had to haul her kids up the day before.

And the rain was coming.

I looked in pasture as long as I could, but I admit I ran for the barn with the rest of the herd.  Maybe I can use having my camera as an excuse.

Anyhow, it was a brief shower, and after the rain stopped I caught Sidney and put a collar and leash on her and drug her out to pasture telling her to find her kids.  She screamed at the top of her lungs and eventually, we found them.  They were dripping wet, but I brought them back to the barnyard.

Crystal and Frosty

Then she turned right around and took them out on top of the hill again.

I might have threatened her if she left her kids in pasture again.

Frosty

While I was standing there with her, I noticed a little rainbow.

Hopefully, that’s a sign that she’s done with all of this foolishness.

3 Responses to “The Rainbow After the Rain”

  1. Jeanne June 27, 2022 at 8:18 pm #

    I’m sorry that Sidney is being a negligent mother! Is this her first time to raise babies? Crystal and Frosty are really cute! I hope Sidney will shape up, and take better care of them.

    When do you and your mother plan to leave on your vacation?

    • Teresa June 27, 2022 at 8:31 pm #

      She’s just trying to keep them with her. It’s just that the pasture is way too much of a jungle for that. We leave on Thursday.

      • Jeanne June 29, 2022 at 3:22 pm #

        Have a wonderful trip! I hope you’ll be able to learn a lot!

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