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Saturday, December 31 2011

The results are in and the Employee of the Month for December is . . .

 Miss Lily Langford!!!

 

(again)

For her tireless service, continued devotion to excellence in the workplace, initiative and creativity, Miss Lily Langford has been awarded the Employee Of The Month for the month of December.

(again)

 

Miss Langford proved her value once more this week when she took it upon herself to keep the goats out of the feed room when the Boss was dishing up sweet feed for cattle. Miss Langford noted the goats behaving like "gypsies in the palace." She observed The Boss repeatedly pushing goats aside and smacking them with buckets. Miss Langford then drew up a plan whereby she placed herself between the feed room door and the goats and disciplined (i.e. "bit") any goat that challenged her authority. The goats backed off. Peace was restored and the cattle were fed without further incident.

The next morning Miss Langford anticipated the problem and assumed the position at the feed room door without being asked.

So once again, for her tireless devotion to this company, Miss Langford has been selected as Employee of the Month.  Because Miss Langford has also been awarded Employee of the Month for:

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October and November, this earns her the title of Employee of the Year!

Could we hear a few words from Miss Langford?

 

 (blush)

"Awww man!  That bites, dude! This thing is rigged! What about me?!!  What about ME going out in the dark ALL THE WAY TO THE NEIGHBOR'S to get those stupid sheep?!!  What about ME?!! I'm tellin' Dad! This is a joke! This is rigged!"

"What about ME?!!  I penned that stupid red heifer last week! What about ME?!! This thing is rigged! That little brown-noser wins every month! I'm filing a complaint with Internal Affairs!  DAD!!!"

 

 

Posted by: forensicfarmgirl AT 10:26 am   |  Permalink   |  6 Comments  |  Email
Comments:
LOL.....First, Mr. Cowboy, Ms. Lily's nose is an elegant black. To be thought equal to a male, a female must be twice as good at a job. For Ms. Lily, that's a no-brainer. Blessings of the New Year to Team Langford!!!!
Posted by Diane I. on 12/31/2011 - 11:58 AM
Shouldn't the award be for December? January hasn't even started yet. Miss Langford commented further, "You like me! You really like me!"
Posted by Peg H. on 12/31/2011 - 02:24 PM
Peg, you are absolutely right! (I had a senior moment!) Changes have been made. Trace & Cowboy appealed to Daddy who agreed that the process has been rigged in favor of Lily each month. Daddy further agreed that Lily was a "sucka**" in every way. I, however, pointed out that it was MY contest, MY rules, thus MY little brown-nose could win as often as I pleased. Lily and I further pointed out that they were free to have their own Employee of the Month for themselves any time. Hhumfph!
Posted by forensicfarmgirl on 01/01/2012 - 11:10 AM
I must say that although Lily is obviously the smartest and most helpful all-around dog when it comes to farm chores, something SHOULD be awarded to Trace who did such a super job bringing those stupid sheep home in the dark. { Yes, I always stick up for the underdog ;-) }
Posted by Terri's Pal on 01/01/2012 - 01:59 PM
4:04 PM -- My smarty-pants dog likes to look after me when I have moments of ??? We have just come inside. I'd still be outside shovelling snow off my driveway but ... a few minutes ago Terri noticed something that I didn't. It was raining. I kept on shovelling. Terri barked, "Stop shovelling! It's time to go inside. We're getting wet!" I replied, "Just a few more shovels full, please." Terri, "NO! Time to go inside now before we get too wet!" {SIGH} I knew she was right so I put the shovel down and picked up her toy. She still isn't smart enough to bring it inside with her, even though I encourage her to. I guess she doesn't see the point. After all, we play with it outside.
Posted by Terri's Pal on 01/01/2012 - 03:12 PM
My Belgian is not a big fan of rain either!
Posted by forensicfarmgirl on 01/03/2012 - 09:55 AM

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