Sunday, April 26, 2009

Is the Publicist's New House Haunted?

I know this is an odd question for a goat to be asking but I have seen things. Shadowy goat things.I really got to thinking about ghosts after I read my friend Jen's post on her very interesting blog called Readhead Ranting. Sometimes I feel like I am No Horns Ranting but I digress. As you all know from reading my blog I like to graze. Mmmm, fresh green grass and yummy weeds. It is one of my favorite things to do. Oftentimes I find myself grazing over by where the publicist and the male person are building their new yurt. There are lots of nice greens growing over there and it shades me from the sun.
When I get over close to the yurt I notice these shadowy goats. As you know I am not always immediately friendly with new goats. (You might remember this post from when Jillian and Mallory first came to the Farm.) I have noticed that these ghost goats look JUST LIKE ME! This is how I feel about them:
I know I am not dreaming because Jillian has seen one too.


Now just the other day little Kevin saw one that looked JUST LIKE HIM!


I have tried butting heads with the ghost goats but this seems to make the publicist and male person very, very upset. And boy you should have seen the publicist when Michael the buck tried to butt heads with his ghost goat. I never saw her run so fast.
So I am only left to wonder, is the publicist's new house haunted? What do you think?

I can assure you that my newsletter won't be haunted! Be sure and sign up - everyone who signs up through May 16th (2009) will be entered into a drawing for THREE BARS of my rich soap. Remember, I am not a spammy goat, I am a vegetarian goat.

15 comments:

  1. Oh my! There are these photos in out house with fancy frames above bathroom sinks and on my bedroom door that have ghost that copy our every move! Our dog Lily gets very angry at how the ghost in her frame is prettier than her. ha ha!

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  2. It looks like they are friendly ghosts. If everyone gets mad, I would recommend trying to avoid butting heads with them, no matter how much they provoke (and I am sure the ghost goats are provoking all of you). They might be trying to get you in trouble. Ghosts will do that.

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  3. Whatever you do, DO NOT butt the ghost goats! Just make friends with them and admire looking at them.

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  4. Just wandered over from Daisy's blog... and I'm so glad I did! What a cute blog.

    Nice to meet you goats! :)

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  5. Couldn't resist sharing a few quotes of wisdom for the gang. Pricilla, dear, remember the words of Helen Keller, "Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadow."

    And to little Kevin and Michael, remember, "The best mirror is an old friend." Hope this helps.

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  6. Don't worry! If there are yurt ghosts, I'm sure they are friendly. I'd tell you there are no such things as ghosts, but on those sunny days, I'm not sure either.

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  7. cool! I love yurts, yours looks awesome! Good luck getting it all together!

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  8. O.k. I know this has nothing to do with the post but I need to know. When your kids are available to new homes, how much do you make the home-givers pay the Publicist?

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  9. Butting heads with those ghosts will really hurt P! Don't do it, resist the urge. They carry sharp knives and could cut you up.

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  10. My canary loves her ghost, she studies it all day long. But, my rosella parakeet attacks his ghost. My cockateil sings to his ghost. It is common to be afraid of your ghost at first, but once you get to know him, I'm sure you will like him afterall. Hang in there.

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  11. What fun. I'm sure the house is haunted.

    I will email you so you will be on my gmail chat.

    Thanks for your comment on my blog!

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  12. Wow! That got my attention.

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    Thanks,

    Barbara

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  13. princess sparkle - you mean there are ghosts in EVERY house? Oh my!

    Anne - thank you for your advice. I will try and avoid the goat ghosts.

    Hi Cici!


    Daisy - thank you very much. I guess I will try and make friends. Friends are good. I like to think you are my friend :)

    Your Daily Cute - thank you so much for visiting my blog. I hope you come back!

    D'Anna - you are so smart. I will think about your quotes the next time I see the ghosts.

    Margo - I would agree with you except I have seen these ghosts too many times.

    Marlene - thank you. The publicist is not sure the male person will EVER get it built.

    goatluver - the male person said to email him at kaiminani@gmail.com and he will be happy to "talk" to you. Thanks for stopping by!

    Julia - oooh, I didn't know that about the ghosts. I will stay away. I don't want to get hurt.

    Anna - I am glad I am not alone! It sounds like your birdies have fun with THEIR ghosts.

    Carolyn - thank you. I will look forward to your email.

    Barbara - thank you for visiting my blog. I enjoyed reading yours.

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  14. well, tell pricilla that I will be posting about some of her relatives on my blog. I ran into some of them over the weekend.

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