Thursday, April 5, 2012

Jim Goatdini?

As you saw yesterday a certain goatling managed to ESCAPE!




The publicist is not sure how little Jim got out but she suspects he squeezed himself out through the gate. She suspects this because on his VERY FIRST DAY in the goat pen she found him doing this:




She knew it would not be long before she found what she found yesterday.




IE: a small goat on the wrong side of the goat pen.
Silly Jim.
He was crying for his nanny.




But that is what happens when you can't remember HOW you got out.
The publicist soon realized she had a goatdini on her hands and she ran out to help.




She saw the poor little kid standing outside of the pen and she called his name.




Suddenly, something familiar in his unfamiliar world.
He headed towards her.




He was so happy!
She picked him up and took him back to the goat pen and his nanny.
They were very happy to see each other!




They sniffed, Jim drank and all was right in the goat world on the Farm.




Ah, yes. Time for synchronized goat yoga.
Ohmaaaaa!

17 comments:

  1. Poor Jim got so skerred! I am glad he is back where he belongs.

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  2. Well, I hope he doesn't do that again! Silly Jim. While it's fun to sneak out, it ain't so fun in the big scary world. Whew! I'm glad he got back to his mommeh.

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  3. Yay, the publicist to the rescue. Jim as sure glad to see her. Love that picture of Jim, Sarah, and you Pricilla. Glad you are all right you silly kid. Take care.

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  4. I think that is #3 in the goatie rules of life...you must try and escape at every opportunity..! Jim is starting young in his training!

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  5. Well you know my thoughts on this matter...when they are black and white they are VERY important and special! heheh And tend to be a bit mischievous!

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  6. Sighs of relief all around for that sweet little escape artist!

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  7. Awwww, he was so cute as he headed your direction! Silly little guy!

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  8. little imp! hope he stays safe!

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  9. silly Jim - we are glad the publicist found him before he got into a whole lotta trouble....

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  10. It is so cute how he recognized your voice and came running at you! :) When my dog wags his tail just for me, it fills my heart with warmth. This must do the same thing to you!

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  11. synchronized goat yoga -- I love it!

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  12. What a great story. I love the happy ending. That and the way silly Jim came running. ;)

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  13. Little Jim is really an adventuresome spirit!

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  14. Silly Jim, I hope he stays on his side of the fence from now on but he probably won't...

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  15. Poor Jim. It can be scary out in the world without your nanny.

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  16. How lovely to catch up on your blog this evening and see all the wonderful pictures of Jazzy Jim in his little green coat, and then learning the log dance, and then being goatdini. I am not enjoying this new job - it is making it very hard to keep up with blogs. Next thing I know Jim will be turning 1 and I will wonder where the time went.

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  17. Our heart melted when he ran towards the publicist! We're glad she rescued him!

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Maaaaaa away....

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