Friday, January 7, 2011

AbbyDay - Christmas Tree-t Finale

It's AbbyDay and it is only right that I, Abby Goat should tell the final chapter of the tale of the Christmas Tree-t.


I am the last goat out of the barn every morning.
I say this is because they say that they save the best for last.
The publicist says this is because she milks me last.


Whatever.


So on the day of the Christmas Tree-t I was very surprised when I got to the doe pen.
I love tree as much as the next goat.




Mmmm, tree.
All for ME!


I scared everyone else away and started to check it out from all angles.






I mean, really! They had been munching on it for a while already.
Why shouldn't it be all MINE?
I looked at it from the top.






I looked at it from the bottom.


Silly publicist!




I checked it out thoroughly.






It is a VERY tasty tree!
You can take the word of Abby Goat!


I also gave my horns a bit of a workout. This scraped the bark off of the trunk.






This let me nibble the bark and the tender tree inside.






I checked out my scraping to see how I did.
Brilliantly of course!






Yum!
Little Kringle knew an expert tree eater when he saw one.






He was in awe.
That or he was passing goat gas.
One or the other.
I will go with awe.


I hope you enjoyed this week long tale of the Christmas Tree-t. We Happy Goats sure did!
Remember, the best way to recycle your tree is to feed it to a goat!
Burp!

11 comments:

  1. Wow Abby! Imagine! Being ALONE with that tree-t! Mmmmmm!

    I must say you are looking especially beautiful these days, with your golden eyes and lovely coat. Your horns are growing too! Are you going to start playing them like Millie does?

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  2. I would say that tree made lots happy! First as a Christmas tree then as food! Talk about multi tasking!

    I think Kringle looks as good in blue as he did red!

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  3. You sure are an expert at tree-eating!

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  4. My human has a FAKE tree that she puts up... on the odd years that she gets around to putting it up. This just proves she does not deserve to have a goat!

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  5. Abby, you are an expert tree-t eater! Impressive job you did scraping it up with your horns too! We're all in awe of you!

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  6. Your tree eating skills are superb. I'm especially impressed with your horn work to loosen the bark. You would be a good horn player!

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  7. Looks so good it almost makes me want my own tree!

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  8. A whole week of tree-t! What lucky goats.

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  9. Absolutely the best treat for them and the best environmentally friendly solution. I still can't go for a fake tree, especially when I live in the province most noted for the Balsam Fir. The Christmas Tree capital of the world they say?? Or that's what the sign says as you enter our county.

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  10. Abby, you really are the very best tree eater of all times. Our goat Peepers likes to give her horns a good rub too. She is always looking for something to rub them on. Good job Abby getting the bark off the tree. Glad you goats got that wonderful tree. Hugs to Brewster.

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