chickenshoot (chickenshoot) wrote,

Return of MudCorn


Every spring I can expect to find Acorn with a nose caked in mud, and she'll be wearing her mud mittens. Usually it's from digging up toads or from burying a bone, but today is a mystery. It's too early in the year for this, and she didn't have anything to bury today...

If you zoom in the picture you can see a fresh little green leaf fragment on her nose. This is my favorite part. There are usually leaves and roots between her toes too.

I just don't like cleaning it up...

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