Postcard from Clover

Mar
9

Via Destiny Groves Farm goat resort:


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Dearest Woman,

Please come get me. I am tired of That Cowboy snorting and sniffing me. I can’t get any peace. I am also tired of sharing my cookies. I almost miss you and I might discuss milking again.

Love,
Your Clover

Sent in reply:

Dearest Clover,

Does this mean you have reconsidered your list of demands? If so, I will think about coming to get you sometime when I am not too busy. I almost miss you, too, and I might consider milking you.

Love,
That Woman

P.S. I have pound cake. I hope it’s not all gone before you get here.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 9, 2009  

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  1. 3-9
    2:07
    am

    Thank goodness. I was starting to worry about how many babies she could make. This world isn’t ready for another octomom. Omg I’n Maui with daughter this week and There Are Chickens in the Road! Evertwhere wild chickens!

    Huggs

  2. 3-9
    3:47
    am

    Poor Clover. How much longer?

  3. 3-9
    3:58
    am

    Ooh, is she coming home soon? :snoopy:
    I’ve missed Clover so much!

  4. 3-9
    5:24
    am

    She’s hiding!! Cowboy probably can’t get in under there with her! Hopefully she’s home soon… I’m missing Clover :happyflower:

  5. 3-9
    5:35
    am

    Suzanne, after a weekend of car trouble, I woke up this morning feeling depressed. You and Clover cured that and put a smile on my face,as usual.
    Thank you. :heart:

  6. 3-9
    5:45
    am

    Oh Suzanne, you are a cruel, cruel woman. Just go get her and bring her home. I miss her.

  7. 3-9
    5:57
    am

    HA! I knew she’d cave once she got . . um . . enough . . oh, never mind :)

  8. 3-9
    6:21
    am

    The farm just isn’t the same without Clover! Better get baking a fresh batch of cookies for her!

  9. 3-9
    6:42
    am

    Bake that girl some cookies and go get her!

  10. 3-9
    6:43
    am

    That’s the ticket! Show her who is boss. Eat that pound cake. The sugar rush will give you the edge you need to win the udder war. You can do it! I know you can! Then she can have a cookie.

  11. 3-9
    6:49
    am

    It’s just not the same without having Clover around. I almost miss her too.

  12. 3-9
    7:44
    am

    clover. come home.

  13. 3-9
    8:18
    am

    Does Clover know you brought home some sheep? That might bring her off her “high goat”!!! I’ve almost missed Clover, too, but Annabelle makes up for it.

    How’s that rotten roo behaving? :sheep:

  14. 3-9
    8:37
    am

    I sense a resolution in the near future. Hooray!

  15. 3-9
    9:36
    am

    Clover we want you back even with your list of demands!! We will talk to that woman for you!!!!

  16. 3-9
    9:43
    am

    :chicken: bring Clover back! Bring Clover back! I am having a giveaway on my site…http://kentuckysunflower-amber.blogspot.com/

    come on over & check it out!

  17. 3-9
    9:54
    am

    It won’t be long now….I bet the Pound Cake is gettin to her!

  18. 3-9
    9:57
    am

    I hope Clover gets to come home soon and she isn’t to traumatized by the new sheep. How long will it be before her new kids are born? Better make her some cookies for her home coming.

  19. 3-9
    11:17
    am

    I love your writing. It always makes me smile and warms my heart. Thanks so much. Good luck with Clover!

  20. 3-9
    11:26
    am

    I don’t believe anything That Woman wrote. I think she wants you back very soon Clover! :heart:

  21. 3-9
    11:28
    am

    I hope that means she’s comming home soon :yes:

  22. 3-9
    12:16
    pm

    We really do need to get Clover back home so she can entertain us. Not that she knows that’s why she’d be coming back…

  23. 3-9
    1:18
    pm

    I DO enjoy this blog!
    Sounds like Clover aill be home soon.

  24. 3-9
    2:18
    pm

    Just want to say that this blog is one of the high points of my day, almost on a par with kissing a pony on the nose! (Another high point of my days.)

  25. 3-9
    6:41
    pm

    Now that’s just too funny.There’s a kids book about a dog who is sent away to obedience school which is similarly as funny…this would make a cute kids (no pun) tale too! :clover:

  26. 3-9
    8:28
    pm

    Aww, poor Clover.

  27. 3-9
    8:32
    pm

    Awww, what a sweet interchange. You have an incredible and entertaining rapport with your animails. Thank you for keeping us updated on Miz Clover and her “adventures”.

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