Thursday, March 24, 2011

We awoke yesterday to this....

32 degrees, an inch of snow on the ground, followed by a day of rain.

I was not impressed.

Neither were the Roos...

The cats did their best cheeseburger impersonation and stayed
beneath their heat lamps. (Scowling, I might add.)

By the end of the day the farm looked like this....

And Rod, of course, looked like this....

Meanwhile, in the nursery....

Myrtle is getting a bit restless.
(Maybe she is thinking about delivering soon!)

Bert stayed warm and close to his mama.

Believe it or not, he has grown a bit in these past 5 days.
He hasn't yet grown into his ears, though.

Cute as a button.

And friendly as can be.

Oh, my, wouldn't you like to have a goat or two???

How about a boy and a girl?

Then you could have cuteness like this every day!

14 comments:

  1. Bert is so precious! If I lived with you, I wouldn't get any work done. I would have to snuggle that baby all day!

    Jill

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  2. It was a cooler, wet and soggy day here as well - but at least it only rained.
    Your little goats are just the cutest things, sadly we don't have room to keep any. :-(
    Thank you Bev, for letting me know about your carpal tunnel surgery. The only person I know that had the surgery is my Mom. Her's was done in the early 80's and botched horribly. I'm glad to hear you were back to using your hand after 3 days, makes me hopeful I'll be able to do the same.

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  3. ..you already know my answer :-) He is just adorable. We have an inch of snow this morning...ugh!

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  4. I enjoy visiting both your blogs. I know how the cold and snow is but it will eventually be Spring. Just taking a little longer for us this year. I love the pic of your horse and dog nose to nose. That is such a keeper. blessings, L J

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  5. Oh, I just love that little guy.

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  6. I would LOVE a goat or two. My stupid HOA thinks horses are the only civilized animals to have on acreage. Everything thing else is "farm animals". :(

    Wishing Springtime back to Pennsylvania!

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  7. You are so lucky!! What fun to have the little goaties on a day like yesterday..A bright spot :)

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  8. Oh that little baby goat is the cutest-with those big ears!! We got 8 inches of the lovely (on Christmas Eve!) white stuff day before yesterday also-but as we say in Maine-at least March snow doesn't last long!! Almost gone today!!

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  9. Snow is a "Four Letter Word" this time of year! Your goat babies are so cute!

    Have a great weekend!
    Angela

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  10. He is just too sweet!
    What is that grey stuff on the floor of the chicken houses? And how big is that chicken house where you have the roosters? That might be a good one for me.

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  11. Bert is just SO adorable and his ears are precious!! He is staying nice and warm!!

    Excited to see Myrtle's little one soon!!

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  12. They certainly are very cute! That rooster in the rain cracks me up!

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  13. Oh ya I want me one!.....not the snow...the Bert ;)

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