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Slice of my life

Posting in honor of my friend Kathi who recently lost her barn and goats. I am a keen follower of her blog and shamelessly copying (with her permission) her style of blogging.
This is a slice of my life ... quite a bit of it represented in this photo - our boys, my dog, goats and hubby's truck. Love this picture :)

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carli dunham on Monday, January 16, 2012 12:21 PM
How sweet :) Harvest is trying to figure out a way to get on the hood of the semi!
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https://australianwritings.net/ on Friday, June 08, 2018 3:24 AM
Lives have the time for our memorable days to come so then I wish to be live once again my old days when I was small. To see your slice photo I think that your dog and the goats were very luck that they parts of your life when you were nothing.
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resumewritinggroup.com on Thursday, September 27, 2018 10:06 PM
Thank you for sharing us a slice of your life! Your dog and goats totally relieved my stress. I have been a fan of goats since I was young, but living in the city restricts me from owning one. They can be taught their name and to come when called. But among all the species, I prefer myotonic goat or known as "fainting goat". One thing that I learned about them is that because of a genetic quirk, when they get excited or startled, myotonic goats' muscles freeze up, causing them to topple over. Its notable behavior turned them as Internet favorites.
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