~~~ Living the dream on the banks of Mud Creek
Sooo cute Deborah!!!WG4
I love these photos! Cute and hilarious :-)
GREAT pics. There is something about goats, especially baby goats, that is so irresistable.We are still house hunting and everytime I find a home with over 2 acres of land I ask Pooldad if we can have goats if we buy that house? Funnily enough he hasn't liked any of the houses that are on a bit of land. oh well. heehee.
I needed a smile this morning! Oh to have this little one's gumption and exhuberance!
Oh that brings on a story for me to write Deborah- Adventures of Antiquity Oaks: King of the Hill, may I have permission?You may not know but I am a published poet and writer, have been wanting to do some children's books. I have a story about Felicity, the goat who thought she was human. A real experience I had in Union, MO
Haha. Must have been a lot of fun to watch. :)
Chef E, I haven't mentioned it on here before, but I'm working on a memoir, a cookbook, and a couple children's stories, so I think it would be best if you did not use the Antiquity Oaks name, since it would probably confuse readers to have more than one Antiquity Oaks author out there. I'm sure your story will be just as cute if you use another farm name. I'm glad the pictures inspired you!
Goodness woman! When are you going to find time to do all of that??? Good on ya!ps. The composting book came and it is WONDERFUL!
LOL so very cute and fun.
Spinners End, I've actually been working on the memoir for a couple years already. I do most of my writing over the winter, and I was hoping to finish the memoir last winter, but that didn't happen, so hopefully this next winter!
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