Tuesday, September 6, 2011

AbbyDay - I'm STILL Taking Care of My Girls

It's AbbyDay! The best day of the week. Don't try and say otherwise or I'll find you.....


Since my girls are staying on the Farm for the winter it seems that I will be taking care of them for a while longer.


*sigh*


No rest for this nanny.


They are, fortunately for me, not drinking as much milk. I am udderly thrilled about that.
Maaahahahahaha
I am a punny goat.


I do have to make sure they get enough to eat.
Not that either one of them looks like they are wasting away....




So, we usually meet in the morning after I have been milked and have a happy little reunion. They stay in a pen with Pricilla. Poor things.




Then we wander around our pen for a bit to see if anything tasty has grown. I am very good at sniffing out the best morsels to munch.




Then we gather together again to decide if we want to go get some hay or wander some more.


I always vote for hay because I LOVE hay! And since I am the boss....




You know where we go!
I hope you all have a very happy AbbyDay!

11 comments:

  1. I so love Abby Day!

    And remember.......
    all who wander are not lost......... ;)

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  2. How great that your girls are staying for the winter. Hopefully that means more soap! Everyone looks gorgeous.

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  3. Thelma and Louise are getting big!

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  4. How exciting that the kids get to stay! For us, that is, ha ha ha!

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  5. I notice that you do not de-horn your goats...makes them look so un-goat like, doesn't it? However, do you not worry about them getting caught in the fencing or hurting one another?
    They really are so much more beautiful with their horns! :)

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  6. Chris - the publicist and male person do not believe in dehorning. They think that we goats should have our horns for protection. I am the only goat without horns and that is because my first owners dehorned me. I miss my horns.

    None of us has cause any serious problems with getting horns stuck. If we are stupid enough to put our heads somewhere they do not belong the publicist reminds us that we are dumb goats and we usually do not do it again. The boys are something to see when they get going though...even though Buster Brown is only a baby.

    Thank you for stopping by!

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  7. Abby I'm sure the girls enjoy the time with their Grandnanny. I know I like when my grandkids are around.

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  8. What fun-filled days you goaties have!

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  9. Abby, I do agree it's the best day of the week but for another reason since it's Tortie Tuesday! We're glad your kids are staying on the farm longer! Yay for hay!

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Maaaaaa away....

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