Saturday, December 21, 2013

Christmas on the Farm


On the first day of Christmas my farmer gave to me a pitchfork in a bale of hay.

On the second day of Christmas my farmer gave to me two Yak Trax and a pitchfork in a bale of hay.

On the third day of Christmas my farmer gave to me three blocks of oak, two Yak Trax, and a pitchfork in a bale of hay.

On the fourth day of Christmas my farmer gave to me four cows to catch, three blocks of oak, two Yak Trax and a pitchfork in a bale of hay.

On the fifth day of Christmas my farmer gave to me five frozen faucets, four cows to catch, three blocks of oak, two Yak Trax and a pitchfork in a bale of hay.

On the sixth day of Christmas my farmer gave to me six slippery snow banks, five frozen faucets, four cows to catch, three blocks of oak, two Yak Trax and a pitchfork in a bale of hay.

On the seventh day of Christmas my farmer gave to me seven orange barn cats, six slippery snow banks, five frozen faucets, four cows to catch, three blocks of oak, two Yak Trax and a pitchfork in a bale of hay.

On the eighth day of Christmas my farmer gave to me eight milking machine liners, seven orange barn cats, six slippery snow banks, five frozen faucets, four cows to catch, three blocks of oak, two Yak Trax and a pitchfork in a bale of hay.

On the ninth day of Christmas my farmer gave to me nine links of Jamesway chain, eight milking machine liners, seven orange barn cats, six slippery snow banks, five frozen faucets, four cows to catch, three blocks of oak, two Yak Trax and a pitchfork in a bale of hay.

On the tenth day of Christmas my farmer gave to me ten strings of baling twine, nine links of Jamesway chain, eight milking machine liners, seven orange barn cats, six slippery snow banks, five frozen faucets, four cows to catch, three blocks of oak, two Yak Trax and a pitchfork in a bale of hay.

On the eleventh day of Christmas my farmer gave to me eleven gutter shovels, ten strings of baling twine, nine links of Jamesway chain, eight milking machine liners, seven orange barn cats, six slippery snow banks, five frozen faucets, four cows to catch, three blocks of oak, two Yak Trax and a pitchfork in a bale of hay.

On the twelfth day of Christmas my farmer gave to me twelve dirty sweatshirts, eleven gutter shovels, ten strings of baling twine, nine links of Jamesway chain, eight milking machine liners, seven orange barn cats, six slippery snow banks, five frozen faucets, four cows to catch, three blocks of oak, two Yak Trax and a pitchfork in a bale of hay.





But I love him anyhow...... 


7 comments:

A. Montgomery said...

Since you mentioned it, Dad needs some more baling twine ends, please!
Mom

Throwback at Trapper Creek said...

Love this, and I suspect he loves you too!

Rev. Paul said...

Funny, and also very true!

June said...

Oh, stop braggin'.

thepoodleanddogblog said...

A complete romance and better than a partridge.

dennisranch said...

Well, at least you didn't get a lump of coal and a willow switch! :D

threecollie said...

How much does he need, Mama? I will dig some up this morning. Lord knows we have plenty.

Nita, lol, he prolly does...he has put up with me long enough and he is a good sport when I pick on him for all the world to read.

Rev. Paul, thanks

June, sorry, but I get such cool gifts I couldn't resist. lol

Jan, lol, true dat. The nitty gritty of farm couples.

JB, this is true. And with all this ice I am loving those Yak Trax! lol