Speaking Too Soon

Apr
17

Your honor, I present the evidence.
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The farmer was optimistic, as usual, when she posted this yesterday.
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She spoke too soon. There is yet work to be done.
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Maia: “Yes, there is so much work to do! I’ve barely started eating this garden!”


Judge: ::sound of gavel banging down::

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 17, 2014  

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  1. 4-17
    11:26
    am

    Why did I see this coming? :D Love it!

  2. 4-17
    6:36
    pm

    Yep! Figured that was coming. It’s like they turn into a liquid or a vapor and just flow through. Amazing. Never underestimate an animal that wants to be free. Especially one very spoiled, pink tutu wearing goat. :sheepjump:

  3. 4-17
    8:13
    pm

    She’s so cute! I would totally let her eat the shrubbery in my garden, just for the joy of watching her.

  4. 4-17
    10:07
    pm

    I am curious about the role of the livestock guardian dog in all this. An accomplice perhaps? I think it deserves a closer look myself. :yes:

  5. 4-17
    11:32
    pm

    I think you’re right nursemary. Likely dog is the leader, hahahaha

  6. 4-18
    5:38
    am

    :happyflower:
    Maia is so cuye, I am begining to think there is no way to keep her penned in. She is just keeping the shrubs trimmed, did you ask her what wine pairs nicley with gardenfare? :eating:

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