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Saturday, July 23, 2011

I'm HOME!!! Maaaaaaa! Maaaa! Maaaaaaaaaaaaa! Maaa!

Hello my dear fans and all my special friends all over the goat world!  I am so happy to be able to blog to you again and maaaaa to you about all my news!  It is sooooo wonderful to be back with my lady and have my rightful place on the farm.  I came to the new farm on Friday!  Here I am in the back of the truck just waiting to get out of my special traveling box!
I have to say, I was a little bit confused.  I didn't really know where I was and I hadn't seen my lady for a loooong time.  I saw her three times since April 13, and mostly for just a few minutes, so at first, I was all mixed up about who was who and where I was.  Then my lady maaaaa'd at me and I began to remember things.  Then I met Izzy the cat, and I remembered that I used to play with her before in the other place.
But the house was different and I was still confused.  I had to investigate.  I sniffed out familiar things.
My lady says I am looking very pudgy.  I think she forgets that I am actually Rubenesque.  I had to check out the computer connections to be sure that I could blog to you all.  See how long my horns are now?!
I checked out the new kitchen and pretty much nothing was familiar.  The table was different, the floor was different, in fact....it's pretty much a mess.  It's nothing like my lady's other kitchen which was very nice.  I was really confused by that, but she says it's going to be better soon.  There was a package of drill bits on the table.  I was hoping for chocolates but no luck...
My lady let me sniff the dog bowls and I had some of the dog's water because I was thirsty.  I don't like the dog's food at all.  It's yukky.
Anyway, I am glad to be with my lady, but I had a nice time where I was staying temporarily.  I was at a place called Hatfield Farm and I was visited by lots of nice people and children.  I had my feet trimmed and all sorts of hay and grass to eat and I made friends with other goats and donkeys.  The farmer there was kind of frustrated with me because he said he never knew a goat who could jump 6 foot fences before.  I am very good at that.  He had to build something he called "goat alcatraz" for me.  It took extra work and my lady was quite upset that I was trouble for him.  The thing is, I prefer to be with people and I liked to get away from the other goats and be with the people, so I just go over the fence.

After checking out the new house, I began to feel very tired with all the excitement.
 I just could not keep my eyes open!
So my lady let me rest for a while in the kitchen, because it was hot outside and I was tired and I needed to rest.  As you can see, I make an excellent kitchen goat.
Speaking of tired, I am kind of tired now too.  Blogging after so long is so exciting that now I have exhausted myself.  But, I have so much more to tell you, so stay tuned for my next posting.  I will be telling you about my outside explorations here at my new farm!
Love and goatie tail wags to everybody!!  xoxoxoxox

13 comments:

fullfreezer said...

Oh, Lucky Nickel, It is so nice to hear from you. I'm glad you have finally got to come home! It has been HOT here in Iowa. I hope it has been cooler where you are now. You would not have enjoyed the last week one bit.
Judy

Texan said...

awww Lucky its so good your home! Sterling says to say Hey!! :O)

Flartus said...

Welcome home, Lucky Nickel! It's very good to "hear" your voice again. I think that all the exploring you'll be doing might make you a little less Rubenesque. You might not even notice, you'll be having such a good time. Can't wait to see what you find.

Pricilla said...

I am sure your lady is very, very happy to have you back where you belong.

You have beautiful horns....I miss my horns.

Millie said...

It's so nice to see you are finally at home on your very own farm again! Opal, Lotus, Coffee and Osmo say hi. Osmo says you've grown up to be a very lovely girly goat and says you can come live with us here ~wink. wink~

IsobelleGoLightly said...

HI LUCKY NICKEL!!!! MAAAAAA! I'm so glad you are back home with your lady and man at the new farm! You'll be comfy in no time and I've heard that there are lots and lots of things to EAT out there in the woods! xoxoxoxoxo

thecrazysheeplady said...

Was she quarantined somewhere or just boarded out until you could get the barn cleaned up? You're in Canada now, right?

Louise said...

I'm glad you're with your Lady again, Lucky Nickel. You'll find new and exciting things at your new home, and, in no time, everything will be familiar and loved, just like it was at your old home. I don't have any goats, but my four cats send their most sincere felicitations.

Marigold said...

Yaaaay! She's baaa-ck!

Lisa said...

Welcome home Lucky!!My goats are like you...six foot fences are child's play. I don't live very far from you. Maybe one day I'll meet you in goat!

dancing goat farm said...

Lucky you are a very lucky girl to have such a nice Maaaaaa.... Love your new place, wood piles, appletrees and barrels! You are living the high life and you get kitchen privilags. Lucky you!!! :)

dancing goat farm said...

LUCKY you are a very lucky girl to have such a nice Maaaaaa... Appletrees, woodpiles and barrels you are living the high life. You get kitchen privilages too, you are so lucky!!! :)

My Life Under the Bus said...

Oh Yeah!!! Welcome baaaaaaaaaaaack!!!