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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

I have my eye on you

An update to yesterday's post regarding the goat hoof in the eye.

Fortunately, I only have a case of some unintended pink eye-liner. It's tender, but no blurriness or anything like that.
Thanks, Stuffin. I encourage you to keep your hooves to yourself in future.

16 comments:

Totally Timmy said...

My goats use to bang me around alot. Be sooo careful!!

Jennifer said...

Glad your eye is OK! Have you been letting Stuffin watch old The Three Stooges shows? That eye poke thing sound familiar!

Nancy K. said...

So, were you temporarily blinded by the close up flash???

;-)

cool photo!

Claire said...

Nancy - I managed to take the photo in the bathroom, which has good lighting over the mirror, so I didn't need the flash. Otherwise I would have been blinded.

Jennifer - who knows what Stuffin does in her spare time. She probably has all the shows memorized!

Totally Timmy - I was more careful this morning during cuddle time. No incidents!

Mom L said...

I'll bet Luna made you feel better!

Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

Look at that young, unwrinkled eye! A photo of mine would scare people....

Claire said...

Mom L - Luna ALWAYS makes me feel better. She is a huge dose of cuteness.

Michelle - it's only not wrinkled because I wasn't smiling at the time. If I had been, the crow's feet would have been evident. That eye turns 40 next month, so it's bound to have a few wrinkles!

Mare said...

Hi Claire! This is a comment on the last 3 posts you made. By the time i got to read them, you already had so many comments i got tired trying to get to the bottom of the comment list to write in the comment box! hahaha First i am so happy to hear your eye is ok! What a freak accident! Once, i was bending down behind my husband Bill's wheelchair, and he backed up (not knowing i was back there-so he says!;) and the hand rest on the back of the chair poked me in the eye and i saw stars...I LOVE that Luna! I love to see her dance...And your new arrivals are beautiful. I love their black and white coats. I guess i really like the silky curl the best. AND your chickens....i sure do wish we could have chickens here. I love the fancy feathered ones the best! AND i think it would be fantastic if you ended up with a baby donkey too! ;)

Lola Nova said...

So glad you are alright. Helmet and safety glasses may be required :)

I once got a black eye from a horse. Totally my fault.

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

Glad your eye is OK now, SweetPea has knocked me hard sometimes, still jumps up my lap.

From yesterday, I would think Nancy K is the opinion I'd want.

that basket is really cute.

Christy said...

Glad you are ok! That had to hurt.

kristi said...

Farm girls like us are tough creatures...we can take a licking and keep on ticking:) I always worry that I am going to take a hoof trimmer to my face from a swift goat kick:)Glad to see your fine!

JLB said...

I've been meaning to ask...How's your goat with the hairless ears doing?? Did you find the solution?

d/iowa said...

i hope she doesn't kick me when we meet!
especially not in my eyes b/c i call them my "money makers"...

LOL i crack myself up!

Cat said...

Hey girl! Glad to see that there was no damage done to your eye! It's always scary until you know for sure...

As for you zone envy, well I have extreme cute baby animal envy. So I call us even!

Cat

sugarcreekstuff said...

My daughter and I pretty much have the same Hazel eyes as you. Green with the brown starburst around the pupil. Mine isn't red though. ;-)