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A Good Day for Goats

Aug
12


Yesterday was a fine day to be a goat as workshop attendees Tom and Diane showered them with treats! (More on this weekend’s workshop coming up in a few days.)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 12, 2012  

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  1. 8-12
    9:12
    pm

    I seem to feel that I’ve seen that hand before.

    In a painting?

    In a magazine ad?

    In a TV show?

    YES! I’ve seen that hand in a TV show! Thjat same hand was delivering the Crown of Russia to Ivan The (not-yet-but-soon-to-become) Terrible!

    Here it is! The very same hand!

    http://s650.photobucket.com/albums/uu228/OldGeezer/?action=view&current=history_arm.jpg

    Could this very same Old Geezer (i.e. me) be that old! To have delivered a crown to a tyrant hundreds of years ago?

    No. Alas, he was merely an uncredited extra on the show “Engineering an Empire: Russia” on the History Channel.

    Spielberg never called.

    Sigh.

    Mr. Pibb will understand.

  2. 8-12
    10:46
    pm

    LOL! Good to know that you made it home safely…was wonderful to meet you and Mrs. OG :happyflower:

    dede

  3. 8-13
    12:15
    am

    Looks like more than goats getting a treat to me! Is that Coco? And Old Geezer sounds like a hoot!

  4. 8-13
    12:24
    am

    Can’t wait to see who the “other” Tom and Diane are! :sheepjump: Just hope they don’t have the same last name! How unusual that would be!!

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