Case Closed

Feb
20

Nutmeg was out on the town yesterday morning. Again.

I conducted my investigation, assisted by my trusty shadow.

Who didn’t do any assisting.

I concluded the escape was taking place on this side of the goat house where the fence wire was not adequately secured. Rotunda had pushed on it until she had waddled herself through it. Once having accomplished such a mission, she had been repeating it at her pleasure whenever she wanted to go to town for a Big Mac. Or whatever.

Then she’d go back to the goat house and tell the other mommies, “I just had a Big Mac!”


No wonder they don’t get along.

And then the security breach was repaired.

Nutmeg: “There’s a disturbance in the force.”

“BUT WHAT ABOUT WHEN I NEED A BIG MAC?!”

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 20, 2011  

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  1. 2-20
    12:24
    pm

    Tell Nutmeg that she’ll just have to be happy with a McMinn Cookie!
    :lol: :lol:

  2. 2-20
    12:34
    pm

    I just love your animal stories.

  3. 2-20
    12:36
    pm

    Looks like Nutmeg will have to think of another way out. And she’ll have to convince someone else to get her a big mac. :D

  4. 2-20
    12:38
    pm

    Thanks for the smile this morning. Love all the “characters” you spend your days with.

  5. 2-20
    12:40
    pm

    Poor Nutmeg – no more Big Macs! Bring on the cookies!

    Love to see the bare ground. Snowing 1″-2″ per hour here this morning –

  6. 2-20
    1:06
    pm

    Mama will have to deliver!

  7. 2-20
    1:07
    pm

    Lololol….such a cute story, Suzanne. :moo:

    Sitting here in a storm that consists of rain, sleet, ice, thunder, lightening, snow and wind later on. :?

  8. 2-20
    1:13
    pm

    She’s feeling her oats and wanting to get out of the nursery ward. Such a sweet face!

  9. 2-20
    1:29
    pm

    Cute post!

    Dianna
    http://www.thesedaysofmine.com

  10. 2-20
    1:32
    pm

    I am waiting for banana choc chip bread to bake and I said, Let’s see if there is anything new in Stringtown.

    Your investigation was faster that a CSI episode! Thanks for the funny follow – up!

  11. 2-20
    1:46
    pm

    cute cute cute

  12. 2-20
    2:00
    pm

    I sure do love all of your stories. It is so fun everyday to read all of your new posts!

  13. 2-20
    2:04
    pm

    :sheepjump: My, my my, all of your adventures. Loving it. :clover:

  14. 2-20
    2:26
    pm

    Lots of fun to read, but I’m sure it’s no fun keeping tabs on those schneaky goats! LOL!

  15. 2-20
    3:01
    pm

    Nutmeg Do you know Big-mac are not good for you. stay with Cookies….. At least those are made with LOVE.
    I love the close up of GB..
    DH & I look forward to your picture commentaries.

  16. 2-20
    3:27
    pm

    Everybody needs a burger now and then…Nutmeg is cute!

  17. 2-20
    4:28
    pm

    Just love the animal posts… you do a great job ” putting the proverbial word in their mouths”. :wave:

    Tina

  18. 2-20
    5:59
    pm

    That wiley wittle wascal! :snoopy: Don’t worry, she’ll figure out another way to get her Big Mac. She’ll probably send Boomer or Casper after it. No, wait, it would have to be the Giant Puppy, because at least he would guard the burger until he got it back to Nutmeg!!!

  19. 2-20
    7:55
    pm

    So So Cute!!!

  20. 2-20
    8:22
    pm

    Hilarious!

  21. 2-20
    10:02
    pm

    Love the goat noses pic (last one)!

  22. 2-20
    11:56
    pm

    BP’s halter is looking kinda tight. May be needing an upgrade.

  23. 2-21
    9:03
    am

    :cry: :? :lol: Its all been said, cuter than heck.

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