Saturday, July 11, 2009

The Male Person, His Garden and the Goats - Part I


The male person is the gardener on the Farm and I, for one, thank him. We goats get the weeds he pulls and other tasty bits from his big garden and they are a nice treat and quite yummy. As the garden dies off in the winter we get the corn stalks and broccoli plants. It's a good deal. Sometimes when he is working in the garden he will even pick off some tender spinach leaves and bring them to us. Isn't he just wonderful?

Well he was went into the garden to get some lettuce and spinach for his and the publicist's dinner and Mallory thought she would wander over and see what he was doing. Only she didn't just watch him, she put her head through the fence! Much like Jillian did here.

The male person must not have been too annoyed because he gave her a piece of tasty lettuce.



Of course she wanted more...



Then she decided to nibble on the grasses and weeds on the garden side of the fence. Hmmm, she MUST have learned that from Jillian. You would NEVER see ME doing such a thing, now would you?



Mallory looked back at the male person and he must have REALLY been in a generous mood because he gave her some more lettuce. Harumph, maybe I should have been over there.



Aaah, what is that she hears?



You will have to come back tomorrow to see what happened next!

Please go and vote for my grandkid Harry in the Blogosphere's Got Talent Contest at Secondary Roads. I think he is talented, but I, of course, am prejudiced.

10 comments:

  1. oooooohhhhh..what happened ? what happened???? i can't wait to find out! i am afraid if i had those goats i would feed them my whole garden. i have a bad habit of spoiling everyone rotten!

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  2. Animals like to entertain themselves watching humans work. I think there supervising.

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  3. Oh! I see the grass really IS greener on the other side of the fence!

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  4. Oh boy...I just love, love, love goats. I think they are so intelligent, funny, and sweet (if they aren't trying to eat my skirt, that is!) :)

    My niece has goats, and I love to go and visit them. Great site, and I'll be back often to get my "goat fix!" HAHA!

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  5. I think the male person might be teaching some bad tricks. Now they know where the lettuce is!!
    :)

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  6. That Mallory is one smart goat. Or one very pushy goat. Either way, she got some lettuce out of the deal. I think the male person sounds like a very kind man!

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  7. How cute! And everybody loves a little lettuce:)

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  8. jaz - is the suspense killing you? Bwahahahaha. Maybe I should be a mystery goat writer.

    missbreezybox - thank you for visiting my blog. Animals rule the world, don't they?

    Daisy - it is if the garden is on the other side of the fence ;)

    A.Marie - I, of course, being a goat, think we are the greatest animals around. Thank you for visiting my blog.

    Sue - and the male person yells at the publicist for giving us treats. Harumph to him!

    JD - I go with pushy. She butts me quite a bit. I don't like that. Not at all.

    Debbie - you are absolutely right!

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  9. I'll be back to see what happens next. I have an award for you on my blog when you get a chance to stop by.
    Theresa

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  10. Horses are tough on fences but I think goats are even rougher!!! You ladies and gents need to give the male person and the publicist a break in breaking the fence.

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