Grazing in the Grass

On our morning walk around Oak Springs Circle earlier today it became apparent that the grass in my sister’s front lawn was high—really high—compared to everyone else’s. Sure, we could call a lawn service to come mow it, but wouldn’t it be more fun to host a free, all-day, salad bar buffet, and invite all the neighbors?

Grazing in the Grass

Four hours, 7 goats, 3 cats, and 2 ducks later, the front yard was sporting a stylish new crew cut, and Little Mouse and Ranger had made some new friends. (Molly, a natural born herder, started hyperventilating at the mere thought of other animals milling about the front yard, and excused herself to go lie down inside.)

I hope everyone reading this had as productive and fun a Tuesday as we did here, and is looking forward to an even better Wednesday. See you then!

About Jean Tuttle

Jean Tuttle is a Chicago-area illustrator, designer, and doodler.
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