Monday: Hili dialogue and a farmyard rush hour tweet

October 29, 2019 • 5:31 am

by Matthew Cobb

In Poland, Hili is hopeful:

A: Do you want to come inside?
Hili: No, I’m watching butterflies.
In Polish:
Ja: Chcesz wejść do domu?
Hili: Nie, obserwuję motyle.

In the UK, Mash Farm in Wiltshire goes through its morning routine – letting the animals out of the barn. Every morning it’s the same, every morning it is different. And it always lifts the heart:

Three tweets from Heather Hastie:

Some from me:

10 thoughts on “Monday: Hili dialogue and a farmyard rush hour tweet

  1. Good to see Heather is still out there finding the good stuff. Hope you are getting ready to see the impeachment that will soon be seen live here in crazy land.

    Worst job in the world – fire fighter in California.

  2. While Hili is hopeful, the US mountain west is having a cold snap. Hili looks appropriately furred up to face anything that happens.
    The fish-eating bat would make a good Halloween costume design.

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