Monthly Archives: July 2011

I Must Be Sick or Something.

For the second day in a row, I did not need a nap.  And I don’t mean just a cat nap.  I mean a 2 or 3 hour dead-to-the-world nap starting around 1ish for the last several months.  Thaaaaaaaaannnk Goodness!  It’s nice … Continue reading

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Boyd Houses

Disclaimer:  I have never been to New York and have never met anyone who pronounces “bird”, “boyd”. That said, I had a cockateel growing up, Nibbles.  Much to my mother’s chagrin, Nibbles lived to be 72.  In people years.  OK.  … Continue reading

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Candace and The Ag Journal

Candace Krebs, the marketing director for Ranch Foods Direct, spent some time here a few weeks ago and wrote this great article for the Ag Journal.  She included my friend, Bonnie, from Chickens in the Kitchen too!  (Bonnie, aka, our goat … Continue reading

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Spreading Awareness

Humbly, I must say, I am spreading awareness on behalf of my dear, childhood friend, Shannon.  OK, it’s not really humbly.  It’s actually after cracking up for at least 10 minutes while talking to her yesterday. As you now know, I am … Continue reading

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Facebook: Final?

Thank you, Bonnie, for your help!!!!!!!!  It worked! After creating two personal profiles, by accident, then deleting one, then setting up a “page” for The Goat Cheese Lady, I believe I’m in business.  So, here is my next, and hopefully … Continue reading

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Facebook: Take 2

In my attempt to continue my entrance into the 21st century (only 11 years late), I have set up a Facebook page for The Goat Cheese Lady.  It only took about 227 people to tell my I should and that … Continue reading

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Happy Anniversary!!!!

It has now been precisely 1 year and 2 days since we got our first two goats.  And, who knew what would happen since then… 1.  I gained 13 pounds.  Yikes. 2.  We had three does (goat girls) birth a … Continue reading

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