Monday, April 23, 2012

True

TRUE 
love
lives!




Friday morning I received an email from my friend, Mike, down in Virginia.  Their goat, Phoebe had her kids...triplets...one female and two males...all ear-less like their Dad!!!  This was her first pregnancy and she is just a darling pet.  

Remembering the first time I went to the house and how she approached me as I parked my car in the driveway, always brings a smile to my face.  Coming up to greet me, she began to bleat and walked at my side all the way to the back door, letting Mike know I was on my way.  She loves to push against
the backs of your legs so that you give her some what I call "lovin' rubbin'."

The love of a mother is always TRUE.


16 comments:

  1. I will most likely never own a farm property where I can have goats, but I just love them to pieces!

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  2. wish i could hug/pet them, so beautiful. I love goats as much as cows and dogs and horse and donkeys and mules.

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  3. Awwwww, what a tirade of little cuties this must be!!! Goats are sooo cute!

    Love that term 'lovin' rubin' sweetie!

    God bless ya and have yourself a magnificent week!!! :o)

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  4. I agree with Sandra, I know some goats too and their personalities cannot be beat in the animal kingdom. How interesting that all three took after daddy.

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  5. I have a great love for dogs and animals. I have 4 dogs and they are my most faithful companions.
    love your story and will hope to follow you.
    Goats are such clever little things.
    thank you
    Hope you will pay me a visit.
    val

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  6. oh my goodness, if they aren't themost precious things on God's green earth!Thanks so much for sharing that with me; I smiled :)

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  7. Our small horses do the love rubbing thing, too....especially if you happen to have food within easy reach:-)

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  8. aw, how sweet. Lovin' rubbin', that's cute

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  9. What a sweet post! Hubs' grandmother raised goats until the day she died...at the ripe old age of 103! She loved them!

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  10. What I don't see here and probably never will - I get to enjoy on your blog. sandie

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  11. I came home another direction tonight and saw all the goats at one farm--I'm going to have to start going that way, they were really, really cute!!

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  12. Hi there JP
    It was so lovely to read your comments.
    Thank you so much for following me.
    some of your interests are the same. I love nature. I live in the middle of an olive grove away from it all.
    look forward to reading more about your life in CT
    have a good Tuesday
    val

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  13. aaaaaw...so cute!!

    we used to have a few goats when we lived down in Plant City...my boys loved them like crazy...but the male...the billy goat...man, was he STINKY!!

    anyway...congrats to your friend on his new KIDS!!

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