Since you are going to be outside with me—sigh.
You need to learn some things:
We, that means, you, me, Mom and Dad, live on a farm.
You live in the house…. where I wish you would stay 24-7.
But since YOU don’t WANT to stay inside, I guess I can say you live in the house and outside just like Mom, Dad, and Me.
We live and work on several acres of ground that belong to Mom and Dad and You and I.
Mostly you and I will hang around the Farm House and the Farm Yard. That means you and I take care of the house and yards, the chicken pen, and the two tractor sheds, plus the equipment building, and Dad’s shop.
I (I NOT YOU) will take care of the equipment parking area and the hay stackyard. (And go on walks with Mom and Dad, but I won’t let you know that.)
You need to stay at the house and take care of the lawn. I’ll handle the rest.
Oh, yes, you can go as far as the Butler Bins (grain bins) and the fuel tanks, but that’s far enough.
You can also go into the corrals but STAY OFF the canal banks. That water can get you.
Okay, you got all that?
Good. That’s how it’s going to be.
Lesson One. We live on a farm.
Mindy Lou-Sue, or as Mom calls me, Min-Min