Elvis has decided that it is fun to try to catch me. He got me good when I was trying to get Audrey and her lambs in the small pen, even though he is usually totally engrossed in eating when there is food available. Now he seems to be watching me when I go out to feed the chickens. Unfortunately, the chicken run is inside the sheep pen. Today I barely made it out of the gate.
Someone taught him that human pats (former owner) feel good and someone else (me) has learned her lesson about keeping up the tradition. I guess that is why this the "Hapless" rather than the "Akamai" Homestead.
This week has been a bit of a challenge, even though it has only been two work days so far. The students are great and my student teacher is working out great - I am just incredibly tired and rather cranky when I get home.
My divine 18 year old is cooking tofu in butter and garlic and it smells yummy, and there is leftover Thai peanut sauce and noodles from last night (yummy, if I do say so myself), so maybe tonight I will be able to catch up on some work and feel more ready for tomorrow.