Strike a Pose

Feb
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I looked down from the porch to the goat yard yesterday morning and the goats and Poky were all standing very still, about the same distance apart from each other. They looked like they were playing the statue game! (All except Fanta–she was busy munching hay.)


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 2, 2010  

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  1. 2-2
    2:06
    am

    THEY’RE DOTTING!!! :bugeyed:

    (Don’t tell the sheep.)

  2. 2-2
    7:28
    am

    I thought about the sheep dotting, too! Maybe you SHOULD tell the sheep, they won’t want the goats and donkey to outdo them…maybe they’ll get on the ball and start dotting!

  3. 2-2
    8:46
    am

    :chicken: I like the Main Street path, like our pasture, they dont seem to stray off of it! :lol:
    Suzanne, we need some goat figures to add to the collection of the above…please????? :yes:

  4. 2-2
    8:48
    am

    It’s hard to find little goat emoticons! I’ve looked. (There are lots of free smileys websites and I’ve searched.) If anyone knows where there are some, I’d put them on here!

  5. 2-2
    8:55
    am

    They’re contemplating. Will she bring cookies this morning? I wonder…. :eating:

  6. 2-2
    10:18
    am

    Dotting…that’s the first thing I thought too! See how powerful your words are Suzanne? When you did that post a lobg time ago about sheep dotting the hillside (pasture?) that phrase stuck with me!

  7. 2-2
    10:27
    am

    I have a little goat gif(same size as yout little sheep) but it doesn’t want me to paste it here…..maybe I can email it to you. :)

  8. 2-2
    10:47
    am

    I love all the goat tracks!

    Dotting goats for a doting Suzanne!

  9. 2-2
    1:05
    pm

    That’s a good thought, dotting. I just thought they looked bored with winter.

  10. 2-2
    9:40
    pm

    Yep – dotting. That’s exactly what I thought too! Either that or deeply lost in concentration, thinking about cookies.

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