do you know why the wicked witch of the west probably lost her mind and melted when she got wet?
Carol · Feb. 6, 2011
i have a theory.
i bet it was because she grew up on a farm...she spent her formative years soggy from working out in the rain. you get sopping wet doing the daytime chores, you get to warm up and dry off for a couple of hours then you get soggy again doing the bedtime routine...some days you just want to scream...I"M MELTING....." as you finally give up to the wet and sink into the first available puddle, never to be seen again.
seems like a good theory to me.
sigh and i still have to go back out there in a couple of hours again cuz it is too early to do the diabetics yet....next life i am never leaving the city AND i am only having one building so i don't have to go trucking around in the rain between 7...(house, mp building, shop, barn 1, barn 2, and chicken houses one and two).
today i pretty much hate the rain....(and having 6 too many buildings)
poor ziggy...poor little man. he was not coming anywhere near me tonight. he is not defiant...he is afraid...he does not want his medicine...he says it tastes disgusting and please don't do it to him again.
it breaks my heart...this is exactly why i went into rescue so i could traumatize and abuse poor baby dying donkeys....i feel like a total shit-head. i sat with him at bedtime and tried to explain but he couldn't understand me...he just wanted me to go away.
unlike every other donkey i have known...ziggy-pop is not a maniacal food freak. he is in fact kind of picky. so i am wondering if anyone knows of anything that is totally great as a treat for donkeys? cuz i am hoping that maybe we could find something so yummy good that we could hide his meds in so he doesn't know they are there.
i don't want to be a young donkey's worst medicine monster...i want to be his very good, yummy treat friend.
oh and as for traumatizing babies (this time by kicking them out of their nice indoor cage)...the baby chicks seem to be doing ok.