Peek

Oct
12

I wish I could tell you (and show you) right now just how much fun we had at the Chickens in the Road party, but alas, it is late as I write this on Sunday night (nearly midnight) and I can’t. Amazing, wonderful people came with amazing, wonderful food and we had an amazing, wonderful (and hilarious) time.


Tomorrow! I will have photos (and photos and photos! and stories!), but for now, I have to give you at least this.

This amazing, wonderful, ADORABLE little girl. Learning to milk a goat from my friend, Kathy, who brought her goat, Gertrude, to our farm for the milking demonstration at the party.
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How cute is she in her pink jacket and jean skirt milking a goat? I WANTED TO PUT HER ON A CRACKER AND EAT HER.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 12, 2009  

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  1. 10-12
    4:42
    am

    SO glad you had a good time! :dancingmonster:
    Can’t wait to hear details!!! :snoopy:
    See pictures! :woof:

  2. 10-12
    6:29
    am

    So glad the party was a success….but wait, when is there food and people and laughing and cute animals that a party isn’t a hit!?!? Cannot wait to see and hear about the party!

  3. 10-12
    6:33
    am

    Maybe there will be future farmers in America…surely we can’t out-source that off-shore. 1-0 for the country girls.

  4. 10-12
    6:41
    am

    It was a blast!! Had a wonderful time and I am still FULL from eating and eating and making the cheese and EATING it…:-)Thanks again for opening up your house and farm to us :D

  5. 10-12
    7:32
    am

    Oh my…can’t wait to see the pictures of the party…how could you NOT have a good time with a bunch of ‘farm girls’ or farm girls and guys(?) at heart!!! I wanna see pictures of the food!!!!!! :hungry:

  6. 10-12
    8:26
    am

    I had an awesome day. Thanks so much!!

  7. 10-12
    8:28
    am

    I hate having to miss it – will wait (im)patiently for photos and stories!!

  8. 10-12
    8:56
    am

    Sounds like fun. The little girl is cute milking the goat!

  9. 10-12
    10:08
    am

    We had a great time, Suzanne. The children have already asked when we get to go again! Thank you for opening up your house and letting Kathy give a party. :)

  10. 10-12
    11:17
    am

    I always knew you wanted to eat small children. Lol. :dancingmonster:

  11. 10-12
    3:35
    pm

    What a great time!! Mean Rooster knew best to stay in the goat field didn’t he? Thank you so much for inviting us to your beautiful home to meet all your wonderful creatures. Love the photo I was actually there to see that precious child attempt her first milking! What fun we had!! The river ford was an experience that I will never forget. Thankfully we all lived to tell about it on the other side!!!!

  12. 10-12
    8:28
    pm

    Thanks so much for opening your home to all of us. And all the food was great. I posted my pictures on my facebook ([email protected])

  13. 10-12
    9:18
    pm

    Can’t wait to see the pics tomorrow, looks like it was a fun time! :yes:

  14. 10-13
    6:47
    am

    Thank you for you comment about the girl (she’s my daughter…I’m her silly dad over in the Middle East for a short tour). Talked to my wife, Sarah, and she said she and the kids had a great time.

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