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Cookies for Clover

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The Christmas tree is down and I’ve got a big bag of ornament cookies that will be repurposed into goat treats. Clover and company will be in homemade cookies for weeks!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 3, 2010  

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  1. 1-3
    2:27
    am

    Clover & friends will be So HAPPY!
    ~~HUGS~~

  2. 1-3
    7:03
    am

    :snowman: :woof: :snowman:
    That Clover is one lucky “cookie”, I am suprised she doesnt ask for a glass of milk to go with them,—-or does she?
    Good for Clover!

    JO

  3. 1-3
    8:02
    am

    Oh nooooo….
    Do you remember the illustrations from some of the old childrens books story about the Ginger Bread boy…as he is looking over his shoulder when running away??? The artist drawn expressions always haunted me…ah-ha..sooo.. I never ran away from home…LOL
    That came to my mind when you said Clover was getting these Ginger bread look alike cookies…LOL

  4. 1-3
    9:00
    am

    Mmmm wish I was clover!!! :hungry2:

  5. 1-3
    9:29
    am

    Clover says mmmmmm good! Tasty cookies to go with my tiara! :sun:
    They are lucky goats! :)

  6. 1-3
    9:41
    am

    Does your staff get rewarded with cookies too?

  7. 1-3
    10:13
    am

    Great idea for the cookies, nothing should go to waste. They look so cute!

  8. 1-3
    10:16
    am

    Lucky Little Goat

  9. 1-3
    10:16
    am

    Did Clover put that idea in you mind for making cookie ornaments? Hmmmm! Looks like she made out pretty good for Christmas.

  10. 1-3
    1:07
    pm

    Lovely idea, waste not want not, and I’m sure Clover will share with the rest of the staff – maybe – what? No?

  11. 1-3
    2:14
    pm

    Oh, so *that’s* where you get all the cookies for Clover…. :eating:

  12. 1-3
    6:42
    pm

    Clover will be thrilled :)

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