Saturday, April 07, 2012

Daisy Gets the Goats


Daisy has convinced Phyllis to bring Luscious Kandy and Sinnamon over here to live in our barn.


They settled right into Felix's abandoned chicken pen. It's just right for the two of them; they're quite dainty. Luscious is about the size of my big cat.


At least twice a day we bring them out on their leashes to graze around the yard, preferably not in the flowerbeds. The goats are a huge block to productivity. Basically Daisy and I sit there on the green grass, under a blue sky. I never get anything done.


Luscious wants you to see that her collar is purple, with sparkles. How did this happen?

I never meant to be a farmer.

15 comments:

val said...

This makes me happy. love, Val

Katie said...

They're very sweet. How could you resist?

Lisa said...

Who could say no to being a goatherd?

I'm sure you'll find a way to fit it into your schedule, Anna - this is your specialty!

Happy Easter! Lisateresa

fGs said...

So sweet!

Happy Resurrection Day to you and your family!
Farrah

Amy @ Heritage Homemaker said...

Goats are such great fun and companions for the kiddos :-)

Leah H said...

Haha Love it! :)

Becky said...

Oh, this makes me smile. I think Daisy might end up having goats all her days, from this wonderful experience in her childhood. : )

Shana said...

What fun! Daisy's hair is so cute cut in a bob. And did you make her dress? If so, can you share where you got the pattern? Happy Easter! He is Risen!

Amanda said...

Looks like such fun. We have considered getting goats one day. :)

Anna said...

Shana, it's a vintage pattern--McCall 7713.

Erin said...

I think sitting in the grass watching goats graze totally counts as getting something done. :) We should all "do" more of that.

Holly said...

Goats are great lawnmowers! Just fence them in - and then get a miniature donkey to keep them company and be the "guard dog." :)

Rebecca said...

Daisy makes me think of Heidi, one of my favorite literary heroines from childhood.

Janet Costello said...

But they are some really cute goats! You'll be an awesome farmer :)

kath said...

That's what they call a "Happy Accident!"

Right now, I'm fighting the urge to yodel....;)

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