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Refilling the holes that Bayau dug.

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Our son came today to borrow our van. While he was here, he and hubby refilled the holes Bayau had dug with peat moss-2 bags full of 3 cubic feet each, garden soil to put on that, and grass seed to put down.

Hubby got a bale of straw to put over the grass seed and I have black mulch to put down when the rain stops. It has been chilly and misty for many days.

Bayau caught a rabbit yesterday as it was trying to wiggle under a chain-link fence into the neighbor's yard. I grabbed her and she let it go. It was making noise like rabbits do when they are terrified. The noise sounds similar to a sheep baaing. Deer can also make a noise, but unless you have heard a rabbit or a deer, you would assume that they don't have a distress call.

Now I am suspecting that my coffee is upsetting me. I guess I will be experimenting to see if I can't feel better. I certainly won't be exercising outside if I have IBS problems. I am tired of the cramping and never knowing what will happen after eating.



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  • APPLEPIEAPPLE
    poor rabbit. I was fortunate my dog Electra liked all animals and rarely attached them. She always wanted to play with them. Ziggy was also very mild mannered.
    1154 days ago
  • ROXYZMOM
    Glad you saved that poor, little rabbit! Sounds like Bayau loves your yard! Coffee is a diuretic.
    1155 days ago
  • TEXASFILLY
    Hope you get to feeling better so you can enjoy the wedding without worry. emoticon BB~
    1155 days ago
  • LUCYCAN7
    NO,NO,Bayau!!!Poor emoticon glad you got it free! emoticon
    Hope you feel well soon! emoticon
    1155 days ago
  • 1CRAZYDOG
    Oh no on catching a rabbit! Never heard a rabbit make a noise, nor a deer.

    Good luck with your coffee experiment.
    1155 days ago
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