Saturday, Larry the foundation guy, began squaring and flattening and digging for The Goat Cheese Lady Creamery foundation!
It’s actually happening! This is a side job to his full time job pouring foundations during the week, so it’ll be completed over the course of several weekends and I’ll keep you updated. Thanks again to EVERYONE who has been so supportive!
In other news, we have a new dog.
Oh ya, like we need new dog.
If you’ve been here, you know we already have Montana (awesome dog) and Flash (crazy dog). If you know me, you know I’m not a dog fan. Herbert likes dogs. I don’t.
Did I mention, that on the first birthday I had after marrying Herbert, he GOT ME A DOG for my birthday? Granted, I end up liking the dogs after they turn 6, but I’m not typically known for needing THREE dogs.
And, no. The dog doesn’t have a name yet. He’s a 5 month Anatolian Shepard who – don’t you dare tell Herbert I said this – will most likely be pretty awesome, but at the present moment he doesn’t realize his duty is to protect all of our farm animals, not bark incessantly at the pigs.
And, two more things. My thumb drive, the one I use to take with me to the library to print out all of my product labels and anything else that needs printing, has been thoroughly cleaned.
Literally. I found it in the dryer. A washed, then dried, thumb drive doesn’t work anymore.
The last thing is, when you make cajeta (aka Goat Milk Caramel), don’t pour all the baking soda water in the hot milk at once.
Trust me. It explodes. Not literally, but close. (That pot was really only half full with sugar milk…adding the baking soda caused it foam up and triple in size…all over tarnation…it was still roiling violently when I had the presence of mind to take this picture…one second after the volcano erupted.)
The Goat Cheese Lady