Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Talk Around The Homestead







21 comments:

Marci said...

Sounds like your animals are a wee bit sassy tonight. =)

PEA said...

Hi Sis:-)

I've just caught up with your last few posts I missed while away and omigosh, I wish I could have gone to that Craft Fair, it looks like there were lots of goodies for sale! Glad to hear you did so well selling your soaps and lotions:-)

Sounds like all your animals have something to say tonight! hehe Really does make you wonder what they are thinking! lol Love ya sis! xoxo

Pine Pod Farm said...

Sounds like what our animals would say here too, LOL! Have a good night Peggy.

Connie said...

Hi Peggy,
I love tunning into your blog and "hearing" your animals speak. You always make my day! I wished I could see those babies after they are delivered. Will you take some pictures so we can see them? Wow, you are going to have a houseful. LOL
I hope to be in a warmer climate when the "weeones" are born. LOL
Love the soap and it makes my bathroom smell so good.
Thanks again Peggy - its such a delight to read your blog.
Connie

Donna said...

These posts always make me smile.

Kelly or Alex said...

The girls definitely have goatitude!

SWEETHEARTS MOM said...

Oh peggy, how cute. That is one round little goat. I can't wait to see bably pictures. Make sure you take a pic by your leg so i can see how tiny it is. I bet she has pretty babies. ps....how did she get pregnant???

Tonia said...

LOL at the hen and HER chicks!!! That was to cute.. Dont worry Iam a crazy goat lady too and if hubby would let me I would put a monitor out with them.. But when we finally took the monitor out from our girls he said absolutely not on the animals!LOL SO I just have to put on layers every few hours to go check them!!

Lisa said...

Hi, Peggy -

Love your little friends around Hidden Haven. I'm a new blogger. I've been reading yours for a couple months now, and really enjoy it.

Have a fantastic day.

Lisa

City Mouse said...

Look at all those happy goats and chickens and bunnies! When you see 'em all in one post ... you sure have your hands full!

Barbara said...

Hello Peggy, Love the pictures. Your goats are adorable. Rabbits are so cute also. I gave my daughter one of the soaps you sent me and she called me yesterday wanting more.

Mandie said...

Oh if we only knew what they were saying...feed me, I want more hay, get out of here, don't touch me, feed me, feed me, feed me!! Sooo cute

J said...

How much extra feed did you have to bribe them with to get such cute pics? ; ) I love the hen too.

Mrs.Ruiz said...

I cant wai til January when those babies are born. You have a good life:) Do you eat your chickens?

Jess said...

I always love these posts of yours with your pets!

Wish Emmy and I could visit! We would have a time!

Have a good rest of the week

Jess said...

I always love these posts of yours with your pets!

Wish Emmy and I could visit! We would have a time!

Have a good rest of the week

Rosa said...

Love it!

Brenda said...

so so cute. I just love your farm. The animals make me hapy. I would love to be able to love on them.

Rachel said...

I love what your animals had to say!! How cute!

I'm glad to hear the craft fair went well. I love to go to those and I enjoyed the pictures!

Baby Phat Boots said...

thanks for these things

The Mind of a Mom said...

Hey Peggy

I share your blog with my daughter but I an for sure not sharing this post! She will be all over wanting one of those so cute bunnies. I don't think free trade means we get to get one and are free to bring it across the border... hehehe