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Sunday, April 24, 2011

and though he'll never come back she's dressed in black

Some thoughts I want to explore:

It's a pity I didn't live during Jane Austen's time, because the fashions are uniquely suited to flat-chested, pear-shaped girls like me. But boy, wouldn't it suck to be anything but landed gentry in those days?

Reflecting on the animal holes I have dug reminds me that whenever I'm watching, say, a western, and somebody dies, I know they're fudging on the gravedigging scene. Because even if they are strapping youths doing the digging, they're going to be there for half a day AT LEAST, and that's if more than one person is digging. Also I need to choose a different place to bury our animals, because the place we've been putting them is full of potato-sized rocks.

And I got a gallon of milk from Hazel in less than twelve hours. She is the coolest goat we have ever owned.

3 comments:

Jennifer May said...

I agree about the whole Jane Austen thing! Lovely.....but I would need to be titled for sure!

Barbie said...

Good job Hazel! I'm envious in a way... Trilly is at a pint a day now but she has been a trooper for the last year.

Melissa Cunningham said...

We use our back hoe thingy. It makes it much easier, if not faster. Same amount of tears are shed though. Sigh