Monthly Archives: November 2010

I Have Arrived

Not to the red carpet.  Not to some upper level of social distinction. And not to any nearby mountain top.  To Google. It was a proud day when I could Google myself and I appeared.  Not really ME, but The Goat Cheese Lady. And, … Continue reading

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Day 1 – Milking (July 18, 2010)

After the entire day’s work finishing the goat pen in 98 degree weather, and being thoroughly and utterly exhausted and starving, we still had to milk. WE HAD NEVER MILKED ANYTHING IN OUR LIVES.  Our goats were sort of like … Continue reading

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Day 1 (July 18, 2010)

This is the beginning of the history of our lives with goats.  Here is how it started on July 18, 2010. Day 1 – Welcome Home Goats!!! We brought ‘em home today.  We’ve been wanting them.  We want milk.  We … Continue reading

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My Sister’s Concerned.

My favorite place to shop is Eve’s Revolution. I get stuff like this: Vintage Revival Really Big Rings. Silk Screen T-Shirts With Bling. Pre-Torn Boyfriend Jeans. Now that my sister is no longer pregnant, she is dying to shop at … Continue reading

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My Side Of The Story

Kenyon came today.  Kenyon Jordan from the Westside Pioneer.  The co-owner, the writer, the editor, the layout designer, The Man.  The man you hope that your cheese works out for because You and It just might be in the paper.  … Continue reading

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