Feeding Time

Dec
10

Feeding Beulah Petunia:

Audience while feeding Beulah Petunia:

Some people don’t understand why the dinosaur gets more food by herself than all of them combined.

Making up:






Cookies make everything better.

Clover: “Next time bring cake.”


P.S. My satellite internet was out most of yesterday, so I didn’t have a chance to prepare more posts for today. I’m back to work now!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 10, 2010  

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  1. 12-10
    1:23
    am

    You made up for lost posts with this one! What a hungry audience; I’d hate to have them staring at me while I eat.

  2. 12-10
    2:15
    am

    Clover is smiling! :sheepjump:

  3. 12-10
    2:20
    am

    I see Clover and in my head I hear{see] Lucy saying ‘AAAARGH Goat Lips! I’ve been touched by Goat Lips!”
    (BTW is that an unhaltered Glory Bee?)

  4. 12-10
    6:43
    am

    Internet difficulties, travel difficulties, and you are not complaining. You are officially a West Virginian!

    West Virginians know how to deal with adversity and work around what is thrown their way! Accept this virtual “almost heaven” award! “Almost” is the key word. Just enough “hell” thrown in to keep you human and grounded!

    Congratulations, stay warm!, and don’t burn any bridges with 52!

  5. 12-10
    7:16
    am

    :snoopy: Love love love your goats!! I heart CLover!! I too heart cookies!!
    Hugs Granny Trace

  6. 12-10
    8:47
    am

    Such sweet faces, all! Just wondering……animal crackers for animals…….hmmmmmm. Canabalistic?
    Animalbalistic?
    :)

  7. 12-10
    8:57
    am

    That Clover! She is ADORABLE!

  8. 12-10
    9:00
    am

    Such sweet faces! Goats can do pretty good “puppy-dog eyes”. :)

  9. 12-10
    9:12
    am

    Clover looks like she’s got a pretty big smirk going on there at the end ~ looks pretty happy with herself!
    Love all your posts!
    Southern MN Gal

  10. 12-10
    9:17
    am

    I love the goats! They always look so curious!

  11. 12-10
    9:34
    am

    Ooohh. . . . we have satellite internet – not always reliable, or fast! Love the pictures – the goats are adorable!

  12. 12-10
    9:53
    am

    they don’t call those animal cookies for nothing!!! :lol:

  13. 12-10
    9:56
    am

    I LOVE the Audience picture. It’s hilarious!!

  14. 12-10
    10:42
    am

    The goat and donkey photos always crack me up! They all have so much personality!

  15. 12-10
    10:50
    am

    I love seeing the goats, a Ms Clover is looking very mellow lately! Maybe Jealousy is a good thing in small doses!

  16. 12-10
    10:51
    am

    so what kind of cake are you gonna bake???

  17. 12-10
    12:33
    pm

    Everyone loves cookies. And cake, real cake, what kind of cake. With just two of us I seldom bake cake, or cookies. Maybe Santa will bring me some.

  18. 12-10
    12:58
    pm

    oh my goodness! Your spectators at feeding time pretty much break my heart! They are so freaking adorable!!! I Love your donkey’s they are sweet, sweet, sweet. Your goats always look like they are smiling, I bet they are! Just too precious. If I was there I would be handing out snuggles and cookies. You are very lucky to have animals that adore you so! It’s not just the food you carry or the cookies in your pocket. I think if they didn’t love you, all the food and cookies in the world couldn’t make them look like that when you are around. Sorry for referring to your gorgeous animals as merely donkey’s and goats, I’m not familiar with everyone’s names yet. Have a beautiful day!

  19. 12-10
    2:27
    pm

    Thanks for all the chuckles! Love all those little rascals. This post made my day happy. I can’t have favorites; they are all too cute.:snuggle:

  20. 12-10
    2:29
    pm

    Love your pictures Suzanne – thanks for sharing and let us know how the cake goes over with Miss Clover.

    How can you say you getting back to work with internet – Lady – from what I read – you work all the time! Hope the snow is melting and the animals are getting out and enjoying the fresh air and sunshine.

  21. 12-10
    3:44
    pm

    The gang sure have on their cookie faces. They crack me up!

  22. 12-10
    4:45
    pm

    They all are so adorable….Love there smiles.

  23. 12-12
    8:44
    am

    There is just nothing better to see this morning than a smile from Clover.

  24. 12-13
    5:27
    pm

    Those pictures make me smile. Dang those goats are so cute.

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