Friday, November 13, 2009

AbbyDay - I Will Be Nice Just to Prove I Can Be

It's Friday and that means it's AbbyDay!  Let's hear a hooray for Abbyday! Ordinarily I would write all about ME but I am going to be nice today and let Jillian have the day to write about her memories of Jeffrey and Emily the goats. I know she is sad that they have left; I know how that feels because it hasn't been that long since my Harry went to his new Farm.  So here are Jillian's picks of pictures to remember her kids.


They were so cute when they were born; so much black you would have thought they were mine!







In fact little Jeffrey looked an awful lot like my Nora!







They grew strong and soon started doing all the things that goat kids do. Like lying in the sun with their nanny.








Emily was especially advanced for a little kid. She did some fashion modeling









and she loved to fly!





Jeffrey just liked to do the goat stomp at the publicist. Silly Jeffrey!







They loved playing with their half-brother Matthew; three little goats having fun.









But now they live on their new Farm where they will grow big and strong. 
Fare well little kids. 
Fare well.


Oh well, it wouldn't be AbbyDay without ONE picture of ME....







I hope you enjoyed this special edition of AbbyDay.


Tomorrow: Pine Tree Eating Retrospective - otherwise known as the publicist took a lot of pictures she didn't get to use and now she wants to use them 'cause she hasn't had time to take more.


The publicist has asked me to remind you to enter her giveaway for 50 Custom Cards on her blog. It ends tonight so hurry on over and enter!

17 comments:

  1. I had forgotten how little they were in the beginning. They grew so quickly! Adios, cuties!

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  2. It was so nice of you to let Jillian have the day.All of us out here are going to miss The Kids too.They were so frisky and cute,but it was nice to see them in their new home.

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  3. i love tiny baby goats. they should stay that small forever!

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  4. You have lots of happy memories of Jeffrey and Emily!

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  5. Funny! my post today used up my photos because i hadn't taken any! hehe!!

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  6. I just love the panties.

    Farewell little ones.

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  7. Happy Abby Day!

    Thanks for putting aside your day in favor of sharing all those cute pix of the goatlets. I love them!

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  8. I hope they have a wonderful life on their new farm. And, I hope Jillian is not sad for long.

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  9. Thanks for taking us all down memory lane again with Emily and Jeffrey! They are two little cuties and it was nice of you to share your AbbyDay with them to help Jillian feel better!

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  10. Aw, seems like just yesterday they were this small. :(

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  11. Aw, we're going to miss cute pictures and stories about Emily and Jeffrey.

    I remember Jeffrey's goat stomp! That was a funny day.

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  12. blueviolet - it is good to see them little again, isn't it?

    Melodie - I can be nice...just don't spread that around.

    Grumpster - it would be nice, wouldn't it?

    Daisy - we sure do!

    jaz - great minds!

    Carolyn - they really do have a good home. So it's all good.

    JD - baby goats are always fun.

    Anne - Jillian seems to be doing just fine.

    BeadedTail - we should do a day when we remember all of the kids of the Farm.

    Lin - like your kids perhaps?

    Dina - thank you for visiting Pricilla's blog!

    Cute - the goat stomp was pretty funny

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  13. What a cute post! We have 3 full grown female boar goats on 20 acres of land here in KS.....I might love them more if we had them since they were kids and they didn't get out of their pens and eat the neighbors expensive shrubbery all the time!
    Great post! Goats can be so much fun!

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  14. Goat is my favorite animal. Now I am rearing two goats.
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  15. Oh those are adorable. Thank you for sharing the photos.

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  16. What a cute post! I love that picture with the baby goat on its mother's back.

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