Farm Fresh Friday FOUR

Welcome to Farm Fresh Friday

This week on the prairie...

The good news is:
we got those thievin' chickens
under control - my lettuce has been saved!

The bad news is:
those gawkers from across the road
enticed our poor Max into 
coming over for something fresh to eat!!
Now, I'm not going into details, but the 
poor dog must've been pretty tired
of his regular "Fit and Trim" dog food
to want to go over and eat
what they laid out for him!!
poor Max has been running 
for the dumping grounds 3 times faster...
And naturally we didn't know he was sick
until he spread evidence all over my kitchen floor!
Poor Max!
Needless to say we don't have any good words 
for the nosy, medalling neighbors!
And hopefully, Max has learned his lesson.

So, in an attempt to get that whole 
sight out of your minds
I'll leave you with some wild roses...
their fresh fragrance has been my 
savior and joy this week! 


This is a place to share all things FRESH,
 homemade and/or home-grown.
There is no rule that it has to be made by you or grown by you,
just the fact that it was hand made or grown by somebody
and not mass-produced or imported from Timmbucktu is good enough for us!!

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That's pretty gross Max. I can see eating what the bunnies leave behind because it looks like kibble. But cow patties? Good thing you have such a sweet face that your Mom loves.
The wild roses are such a delicate pink colour and I love the barn board mosaic you displayed them in.
barb said…
oh Max, smart dogs know you only wear cow droppings. Only a dawg would eat cow dung!
Poor Max my dog loved that cuisine also. Love your photos. B
Country Gal said…
Oh my Max what you did you go do that to yourself for , the grass isnt always greener on the other side ya know ! Glad to hear the chickens have stopped theiving your veggies ! Wonderful photos ! Have a good day !
Candy C. said…
That picture of Max is worth a thousand words! Poor guy!!
TexWisGirl said…
poor max! love your first collage!
Poor Max. He looks so sad. I love thee collage of the wild roses. Well I like the first collage too.
Have a great weekend.
Beautiful wild roses. Poor Max, hope he is better now.
Bonnie said…
Oh poor, poor Max! Bless him! I hope he continues to heal. I'm not for sure pups ever learn a lesson when it comes to their stomachs. Bonnie
Gorgeous roses! Love the collage. Poor Max! Why were your neighbors wanting to give him food. That's so weird!
Oh, cow I understand!
Deanna said…
Oh goodness, poor Max, I hope he has learned his lesson. Love your weekly collage...

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