Living, working and creating fiber art on a fiber animal ranch in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado
GOATS!?!?!!! Cool! Congratulations on your new additions, and also on the two new crias!
The one in front, Gladiator? Looks a bit like Sarah.Daisy - I told you that goats were taking over the world! Maahahahahaha
Daisy: Thank you! I will post more information on the new goats and the crias soon. Now that we've made it through our daughter's wedding this past weekend, we will have time to blog!Pricilla: Yes, the one in front is Gladiator.
Thay's right. The wedding!! I hope it went well!Hugs,Anna
Oh! I hope the wedding went off well!! I can't wait to hear all about that!What is the deal with goats??! How come everyone has a goat but ME???! :( I wonder if we can have goats in Weirdville? hmmmmm....Oh--they are beauties!
Anna: The wedding went very well. I may decide to post a Wordless Wednesday photo of them next week. Hugs, BrendaLin: The wedding was absolutely magical. I'm debating on whether or not to blog about it. It was a very small intimate wedding held in a beautiful outdoor garden setting. I think the only problem with having goats in Weirdville is that the neighbors might complain about the crying. My little boys cried so much last night after I brought them home. I went out to check on them and heard the strangest noises - it was them crying. So I went out to their pen and sat down. They both crawled into my lap and snuggled. Gladiator was sucking on my fingers. LOL I guess I'm their new Mommy now.
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