Tuesday, June 05, 2012

In a Crisis, Count on Me!

Whether it's a small kitchen fire, flooding, or even finding a barnyard in your kitchen, in a crisis you can count on me, to grab my camera and start clicking away. Hey, someone has to think of history! Of posterity!

Yesterday brought a whole new level to the theme Barnyard in the Kitchen. As I was at the stove, mixing and fixing, I heard Maria's anxious farm girl voice. She was a bit breathless, slightly alarmed, and covering the minutest detail, describing how she could not corral Ada and Tasha, and how they gave her the slip when she was closing their gate, and how they ran out between her feet. I pictured the two goats in the rose garden, again. But I was way off...

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  1. These are the stories that will go down in family history; I love it!

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  2. I will never again get upset when my cats jump up on the counters!

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  3. Ha! I am shocked what a nice little kid. He must think he is on a mountain lol. You just made my day.

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  4. Ok, the chickens were cute, but I think this would cross my line! Still, I am very grateful your first reaction was to grab the camera. Hee hee (and when you say "wee goat" that's an adjective, not a verb, right??)

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  5. Oh boy, this made me grin and laugh! What bright blue eyes looking at you and wondering what you are doing! So funny....

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  6. Wow, that's something you don't see every day! One more reason we love your blog.

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  7. *blink-blink*.... ROFLMAO!!

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  8. At least she didn't eat the phone charger cable... or did she?

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  9. Aw, just tryin' to help....

    LOVE.

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  10. Oh MY!!!!!!!!! I absolutely love this. TRULY!


    XO
    C

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  11. Oh my gosh! That is sooo funny and look at that sweet little face saying "What? Oh, I'm not supposed to be up here?"

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  12. Hysterical! I actually, literally laughed out loud when I scrolled down to see a goat on your counter. Fabulous! :)

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  13. Oh how cute! Is this goat full grown? What is her breed? I think I'd jump for joy or cry a la sloth video if I had a goat in my kitchen. LOL All I have are chickens which try to infiltrate.

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  14. Oh wow! That is really the cutest picture ever! Just like toddlers, it's a good thing that goats are cute. It gets them out of trouble. =]

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  15. She is sayin - Hi! Want to have some tea with me?

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  16. oh, natalie, this picture and post gave me a huge smile!! : )

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  17. Excuse me, but if I'm not mistaken there is a goat on your beautiful granite countertop?
    Nice to meet you!

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  18. I love the look on the little guy's face... "Yeah, I'm on the counter. So what?" I'm going to show this to my wife, she has been begging me to get a goat for a long time... Apparently the chickens just don't do it for her anymore.

    Chris

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