Ohiofarmgirl's Adventures in The Good Land is largely a fish out of water tale about how I eventually found my footing on a small farm in an Amish town. We are a mostly organic, somewhat self sufficient, sustainable farm in Ohio. There's action and adventure and I'll always tell you the truth about farming.


Saturday, May 5, 2012

Are you ready for the SuperBadMoon?

Looks like the super moon is happening tonite - are you ready for the SuperBadMoon?  We are on high alert around here we know very well that the barnyard gets a little more ridiculous when there is a full moon. Or should we call it a "fool" moon and now that we'll have a "super moon" well, just about anything is likely to happen.

In fact we are off to a roaring start. I heard weird noises outside this morning and when I went to investigate..... Kai had found a turtle and was trying to get the crunchy shell off to get to the gooey center. *barfs* 


Someone who is not me is gonna have to send that slightly-chewed-on turtle back to the wild. *goes and bleaches hands from touching turtle*  It goes without saying I'm never kissing Kai again.

I've had a case of the loonies the last couple days so I'll be glad when this superbadmoon is over. I'm just gonna hunker down and hope that I don't get anymore creepy things brought to me by the Dog Horde. Altho I wouldn't mind if they brought me that beagle's head on a pike. Yep the stupid neighbors let it run loose again. Kai sent that dog running for the bramble field with her bad ass hunting stance and one big woof. Good dog.


So until this superbadmoon is over I'm going to try to handle it like Little Mo. Nothing much phases Little Mo - not even the phases of the moon. He just takes it all in stride.

Happy SuperBadMoon everyone!

6 comments:

TW said...

yucky!! bad kai! of all things to choose to eat... ha!

Chai Chai said...

I'm sure the moon tonight will bring on my goat babies. I'm also sure that the Big Man will appreciate you no longer kissing Kai!

David said...

chicken guts and pig breakdown you can handle, little turtle no? Have a great day!

Tina - Our Rustic Roots said...

My kids call this turtle rescue season because they know if we see a turtle near or on a road we ARE going to be stopping to take it across to safety. We only had to stop once on this morning's errands, lol. Heck, we've even got hubby trained and he stops now, too!

Naomi Banta said...

I hope the turtle is ok - box turtles are endangered...

And I have a thing about turtles. :P

Heiko said...

Now Eddie and I are just a little concerned about anti-beagle sentiments being expressed... I had the weirdest dreams last night, but both the dog and the cat slept right through it.

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