Tuesday, August 17, 2010
We found out that Jenni was going to the Iowa State Fair, so we hitched a ride. It was fun, but it was soooo hot!
We found a sheep right away!
Jenni was pretty impressed at our sheep seeking capabilities. As you can see, we found real sheep and fake sheep!
Awe! Can we take the lamb home?
We were so awesome, we found a baby sheep! Val looks a little afraid of the lamb, but I assure you that Val was very brave.
What a strange looking sheep!
Yes, we know, that's not a sheep. Duh, it's a donkey. We liked this little donkey, baby donkey was so cute and friendly. We wanted to take donkey home, but Jenni said no. What a party pooper!
Can we take this cow home?
Since Jenni wouldn't let us take the donkey home, we decided to keep looking around. It didn't take long to spot this little cow. Yeap, it's a full grown cow. The littlest cow in the world! Maybe we can take this little one home? This cutie is so small, Jenni would never notice!
Val decided that it wouldn't be a good idea to bring the little cow home, too much poop. Val thinks that being the biggest sheep in the house means that Val knows everything. Hmmm, Andi and I aren't so sure about that.
We decided that Val might (I mean miiiiiight) just be right, and that having a living cow might not be the best thing for a house.... but what about a butter cow? They don't poop!
Yeah, butter cows smell much better, but do you see Andi? Andi looks a little freaked out. Okay, maybe we won't bring this cow home.
It was too hot to even consider trying the fried Snickers on a stick, so we thought maybe we'd try some green eggs and ham:
Try them, try them, you will like them!
Well, we wanted to try the green eggs and ham, but we couldn't figure out how to break through the glass... maybe next year!