The New Kid: Tiffin It Out


| 9/13/2012 12:19:59 PM


Recently, we acquired a new citizen on our homestead. I shall briefly give an objective account of her, so that the rest of this post makes some sense. The new member is a young saanen/nubian cross doeling (unbred girl goat), who hitherto our purchasing her had been raised primarily as a wild goat, being allowed full access to all pasture without human interaction. Other than being backwards in her manners toward people, she seemed friendly, healthy, and exactly what we wanted for our next goat, thus inclining us to purchase her.

“Mother! It is a goat, another goat! Aren't I right Mother?” Meringue asked.

“Why so it is, she looks so sweet,” Kitty replied.

“Hmmph. How do we know it is a goat? Could be an impostor!” Maybelle conjectured.

“I think she's purdy,” Cadbury chimed in.



“Well, I am going to say 'hello' like a polite goat, while you all stare at her, making her feel uncomfortable,” Nutella said as patronizingly as possible.

NEBRASKA DAVE
9/16/2012 1:28:46 AM

7:52 PM 9/15/2012 Rosalind, I'm so glad that Tiffin was accepted by all the other goats and will get some schoolin'. Actually, I kind a like her way of talkin'. It's real down to earth. Have a great barn yard story telling kind of day.






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