Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Today


Today was one of those days when everything was agin me. I am now milking two goats and that is one too many for my getting ready for work schedule. I barely got to school on time, throwing on just any old thing. I forgot it was class and staff picture day. I had bad hair and a tired old shirt on so I spent all day dodging class pictures and just happened to be outside at staff picture time. The day didn't get any less hectic.

So on this hectic day Wedding Belles presents me with two darling doelings and one looks awfully familiar.

I'm never too busy to welcome a couple of babies into the world. They didn't give a rip about the state of my hair.

9 comments:

Terry Golson said...

It doesn't matter how well groomed you are, or what you wear, when you have babies as gorgeous as the ones popping out at your farm, no one is going to notice your state of dishevelment. Don't worry about it - just be nearby and the glow of their fabulosity will cover you, too.
-Terry at HenCam.com (where I am only covered by shedding goat hair left by pudgy wethers)

petoskystone said...

Yea for gorgeous doelings! :) Just anyone look askance at your hair, just whip out the latest photos of your adorable kids ;)

Brenda said...

Congratulations on the beautiful babies. Goats are so wonderful .. they just love us ... and help the day be a better one. :D

Joy said...

I would SO love a couple of those babies! Give them all a kiss for me!! :)

Wrensong Farm said...

Looking well groomed is overrated!! Beautiful babies...!!

Marigold said...

Oh, no need to worry about hair. You can just shave it all off and your animals won't care. They are the few who love you for who you are irregardless, eh? I recognize all those spots. Maybe you'll have another Grand Champion on your hands. :)

edenhills said...

Goats are just so awesome that way! They look awfully cute.

V.L. Locey said...

Congrats on the lovely babies!

Anonymous said...

Congrats Goatgirl on numbers 8 & 9:)2012 has been a blessed year Minterbay Goat Farm

Vicki