Saturday, April 30, 2011

Who is Sulking?

The weather has been a little bit nicer than the usual rain, rain, rain so the publicist has been letting us all out to explore for a bit.
Well, not the boys.


The twins are truly enjoying all of this running around but somegoat has been a bit put out.






Just who is sulking but hiding herself away from everygoat?
I will not lie!






It is me!
It happens every time there are kids.
I, the Famous SpokesGoat am forgotten.
I have to write about kids, kids, kids!






Blamaaaah, Blamaaah, Blamaaaah!
I know they are cute and they are my grandkids but sometimes a goat needs to sulk.
So there.
Now you know I am a diva goat just like Abby.


The publicist came and pet me and gave me some grain so I came out of hiding.






She always knows when I need some loving.
She is a good publicist.
I will not sulk any longer.
I am a good grandnanny.

15 comments:

  1. Hee hee. I think you may be trying to get into that BIG truck to drive across country like Lucky Nickel! You'd be famous!!!

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  2. oh pricilla.....we all still love you.

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  3. I wonder if truck metal tastes good?

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  4. It's so hard to feel replaced!

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  5. Yes it must be hard to except how cute those new kids can be! Especially when they are BW's! Now go be a good granny and teach them how to be good goats.....oh wait, you are probably the wrong goat for that! hahaha

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  6. Does this mean Abby takes after her Maaa? You are such a great goat. I'm enjoying my retirement and seeing all the kids without having to raise them. Just remember, they'll grow up and find their own forever farm and you'll still be here!

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  7. Grain? We'll never understand ruminants...now a nice bit of fresh mousie would cheer us up!

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  8. Aw, Pricilla. Some days we all feel like that. I have to admit to feeling a little blue and "hiding out" from the world too. Is there room under that truck for me?

    Hang in there, girlfriend. This too shall pass.

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  9. I would have sulked a bit longer who knows you might have got two handfuls of grain!

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  10. Oh my poor Pracilla, we do still love you and miss you. We are sure glad to see you today and what a great place to go sulk. Glad the publicist gave you some extra pats and grain. Take care.

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  11. Pricilla, I think you just wanted some more grain and you were sulking just because you knew you'd get some. ;-)

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  12. Oh Pricilla, you made us sad because you were feeling that way. We're glad the publicist found you under the truck and gave you the grain and lovin' you needed!

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  13. Awwwww,someone is feeling so left out. :(

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  14. It's hard to take a backseat to those darn little kids. But you have to admit, they sure are cute!

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  15. Pricilla, you are a beautiful, beautiful goat and the kids wouldn't even be here if it weren't for you. You are often the subject of conversation around the Small Town household.

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Maaaaaa away....

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