One of my favorite books is “Fox in Sox” by Dr. Seuss. I love the tweetle beetles battling with paddles in puddles. It seems that life on the farm is often a series of sticks and clocks; I have yet to see pig bands.
Last week, I turned to see Queen Lillian, the youngest baby goat, standing on top of Pete the miniature donkey’s back. Last night, after milking Faith Hill, the younger goats started racing around the pasture and bouncing off the barn like a ninja fighter. They love climbing and pushing each other off of the places where they climb. Queen Lillian (daughter of our goat named Julie Andrews and twin sister to Mary Poppins) jumped on Pete’s back again. This time, I caught it on video.