Today is my dad’s birthday he would have been 78 – years old.
He passed away September 1, 2014 – 3 years ago from esophageal cancer right before he would have been 75.
I think the hardest part of my dad dying was that I replay our last conversations over and over in my head.
I have put the pieces together of EVERYTHING he was trying to tell me. My dad was trying to warn me what would happen when he was gone he was trying to prepare me for it. Nothing could ever prepare me for what has happened.
Happy Birthday, DAD, I love you and miss you.
Texas is the new stud muffin at the little farm.
His hair that stands up on back of his neck and his goat beard make me laugh.
He has that typical male goat smell so, for now, he will be put in a pen that can be moved around. The first day he was there he bred two of the older females, Boney and Valentine. Those babies will be born around Valentines Day.
The younger goats Clover and Buttercup will not be breed until the springtime.
The other male goat Gruff is younger than Texas and does not stink quite yet.
The personalities of goats can always make you laugh.
Today was a beautiful day lots of sunshine, puffy white clouds and animals all around.
This horse belongs to our daughters neighbor but he is beautiful. When I saw him standing by the trees and fence I knew I needed a picture.
Last weekend our daughter, her husband, and children went to pick up a registered miniature Hereford. Meet Scamper she is 19 months old.
She is halter broke, very friendly and has been getting to know her new surroundings. She and the goats seem to be okay with each other. Andrew has actually walked her a few times this is how gentle she is.
As a miniature, she will not get any taller just stockier. She will top out with a weight at 650# – 850#s.
I am looking forward to more photo sessions with Scamper.
There has been so much going on here since the hurricane I have not had the time to post or read post.
I hope to get back to posting and reading soon.