Thursday, September 10, 2009

Life Returns to Normal

We are settling back to normal here on the Farm. We still miss the kids but life goes on, right? The publicist has been very nice to us as she knows we are sad; I think she is sad too. But that is enough of the sad! We are Happy Goats and happy we will be!

One of the publicist's friends, our Aunt Diane (she sells Avon if anyone needs any) sent us a present! We love presents! Especially edible ones. Aunt Diane has a garden like the male person. She grows some different things - like cabbage! She sent us her cabbage plants - after she had picked her cabbages of course. Mmmm, we love cabbage leaves. She is also going to send us her corn stalks. Yummy! More treats to come.

We all shared in the delicious treat. The big boys got theirs first. Of course they had to have seperate piles. (Not that we does are any different.)





Hi Luke! Go ahead cutie pie, eat your cabbage!






I try and stay away from all of the confusion. I mean look at this craziness....





Wait a minute! That isn't a goat by the water bucket! What is Fred the Farm cat doing? Could he be thirsty? Silly Fred!







Why does Blue Guy have to try and take my snack?




He is a hungry rooster!




Jillian is eating big right now and who could blame her! She is going to have her kid any day now.





Abby, of course, ate hers on the top spool!







I hope you are all enjoying these snacks of ours as much as we are. Thanks Aunt Diane!



Tomorrow:  AbbyDay; Abby reminisces about little Harry.

14 comments:

  1. ohh,can't wait to see Jillian's new baby?Do to think it will be twins?

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  2. Another baby! Yay!
    I should have invited all of you goats to my backyard this weekend when I pulled out my garden. The slugs ruined everything so out it went. I now have a nice fire pit in its place. I think I'm done gardening for a while. Glad to hear things are getting back to normal.

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  3. That silly rooster is always trying to crash your treat parties, isn't he?

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  4. every day i realize how very much like a goat i am.......they are eating their grief away!!!

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  5. Oh,my! That cabbage is nommy! I think Fred is smart to stay out of the mix.

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  6. You mean there're more kids on the way! Yay!

    Yummy yummy cabbage....

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  7. I like when the cat comes to visit. And the rooster. It reminds me of my place--wacky animals everywhere!

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  8. Greens Are One of My Favs too,
    especially those tender lil cabbage sprouts, simmered in a lil chicken broth with garlic and onion, yummmmmm. ooohh !

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  9. I can't believe Jillian's baby is due any day now!

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  10. They sure eat a lot. Does all that grow on your property or do you have to buy some of it?

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  11. That was nice of your Aunt Diane to see all those yummy cabbages! We enjoyed watching you all enjoy them!

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  12. Melodie - the publicist read that Toggenburg goats usually have a single on their first pregnancies so we are not expecting twins.

    Daisy - I think you are right - and boy was it fun!

    Jen - Oh, I am sorry about the slugs but boy would we have had fun eating all of that good stuff.

    Cute - he is a bit of a treat hog. Silly rooster!

    jaz - we goats eat for every occasion. We just LOVE to eat.

    Reese - very nommy! Fred knows that he will get butt if he gets too close.

    Pooba - yup! Both Jillian and Mallory are pregnant so there will be two new kids within a month or two.

    Lin - I, of course am not wacky but as for the other goats....heh heh.

    Re-entrePod - now we goats don't like our food cooked but I am sure the publicist will like trying that.

    blueviolet - it sure is. Won't that be exciting?

    Frogs - we grow a fair bit here but these yummy cabbage leaves came from a friend.

    BeadedTail - I am glad you enjoyed my post today.

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  13. Snacks!! Yum. I am hungry too.

    I was sad to see that the kids left. But am happy more are on the way. Is having the kids in more winter like conditions difficult or do they get little blankets?

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Maaaaaa away....

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