Wednesday, February 26, 2014

The Snow Did Fall

AbbyGoat's Stare of Death did NO GOOD.
It snowed.
And it snowed.
And it snowed.
And it snowed some more.
It snowed so much we got enough snow that I pondered how my udder could swing free if it was buried in SNOW.

Guess what?
IT CAN'T!


Just look!
That snow is almost as tall as ME!

I must say that the publicist and the male person are very, very good to us.
The male person made us pathways in our pens.
I do not know what we would have done otherwise.
We got 18" of the white stuff and the publicist tells me that another storm is on the way.
I do not want to even think about it.


My studmuffin didn't care about it as long as he could get to his hay.
Luke has a rather one track mind.
Well two tracks but this is a family blog.


The other girls are just sticking to the cleared areas.
We have never seen this much snow before.


Not all at once, anyway.
It was a lot of shoveling for the poor male person.
We do thank him.


Especially Bernadette.
When she gets out of the cleared area she disappears!
There will be a movie on Saturday!
If we are not snowed under!

I am one goat who is ready for Spring.
Does anyone want to adopt me?
I do not ask for much....just a nice place to sleep, some hay, some grain and the occasional apple.

Let me know....

11 comments:

  1. You could come over here, Priscilla. We have plenty of sun, Pok says you can share his hay and Mommy can get you some grain and apples! :)

    When Mommy read the part about Luke having a one track mind, she instantly, thought, TWO then she saw your next sentence and burst out laughing. Haha.

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  2. My human says you can come down to live in our backyard! That is not as chintzy a deal as it sounds because our house is on a lot that is over 12,000 square feet! And except for this weekend, when it is raining, it is mostly sunny - and NO SNOW!

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  3. Nope, sorry, can't help ya. We're possibly getting a foot of new snow late this weekend. I would give you a bushel of apples, but you probably couldn't make it to my front porch. Spring, where art thou, spring?

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  4. Oh Pricilla, we would love to have you come here and you could bring Luke too. That male person is just the best to shovel nice paths for you. We really want that snow to go away for all of you. Bernadette, you do look all snowed in. It just has to stop soon. We have all our paws and hooves crossed for you.

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  5. oh, i would if i could, but i think my dogs would pitch a fit! you're safer with snow. bless that male person!

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  6. We are having yet another blizzard (police word, not mine) this morning and the coldest day of the season. Any snow you can grab before it gets here is fine with me. I have my own paths to clear in a bit.

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  7. The Male Person is very good to you goats! I hope you guys tied a rope around Bernadette so that you can pull her out if she falls into a snowdrift!

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  8. if we didn't live in a condo, we would adopt you in a minute....though we get cold and snow here (just not THAT much snow)

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  9. Waffles would LOVE to adopt you! Though I don't think he understands what goes into taking care of a goat. He just wants to play.
    : )

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  10. Unfortunately, you’ve sent the snow our way, Pricilla, and I axed you nicely not to. We’re expecting a foot or so this weekend. Woe is the pussycat.

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  11. Take me with you if you get adopted to some place warm!

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Maaaaaa away....

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