Thursday, January 26, 2012

Pygmy Goat Wisdom...A Flash Friday 55


1. When life gets you down, 
     all you need is to look for the pygmy-goats




2. Baby pygmy-goats quickly alter your mental state 
    to one of cheerfulness and joy.





3.  Pygmy-goats are good for a healthy laugh.




4. Heed warnings from papa-goats, defenders of territory and turf.

    They’ll alert you when you cross the line. 


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As seen first on my private page on Facebook.


22 comments:

Brian Miller said...

def dont want to be the butt of that last line...smiles...they are rather cute...we have goats at the local cemetary...

Margaret said...

So very true! My sister had a goat and I played king of the hill with the goat when it was a baby. BIG mistake because when it grew up, those head butts left quite a number of bruises!

Heaven said...

Don't want to mess up with them...

Happy day ~

razzamadazzle said...

Of course I love your goat wisdom! They certainly do make me smile. :-)

Millie said...

Big goats give bigger smiles. ;-)

G-Man said...

Just wait till Millie see's this!
Pollyanna, I just love
Barnyard 55"
Who knew you was so Countryfied?
One of the many many sides of the Pride of the Carolinas!!
Thanks for playing and have a Kick Ass Week-End. Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

TALON said...

I love goats. They have amazing personalities. Loved this 55...and I'm keeping an eye on Papa Goat :)

hedgewitch said...

They really are very cool creatures--those babes are adorable. The billy's can knock you around though, so your last line is a good one.

Sue said...

I have a friend who keeps goats, and she absolutely adores them.

=)

Jinksy said...

I believe I occasionally act the goat - does that count? LOL

anthonynorth said...

Definitely not to be messed with.

Alice Audrey said...

So cute! But then, I just said that. :) Not sure the comment went through, though, because google did something weird.

Daydreamertoo said...

A friend of mine got two faiting goats. I'd never heard of them before but looked them up online. Very friendly and lovely to watch.
:)

Mama Zen said...

They are so cute!

izzy said...

I have had all kinds of regular sized goats, taken care of Pygmys but never owned any!

Steve Isaak said...

Different, interesting in a good way.

lime said...

very cute. and i think babies of any creature have the power to cheer. but the antics of the pygmie goats must surely be a pick me up.

Lydia said...

Ah, how I love to visit the pygmy goats at our state fair. They are so special. When I was in high school I had a regular-sized goat (named Capricorn) that I loved very much. Goats are wonderful beings in this world.

Jenny said...

pygmy goats are wayyyy better than Prosac!

TortugaRachel said...

Have you ever seen the ones that faint when you startle them? Those ones crack me up.


I tagged you in a post!
http://tortugarachel.blogspot.com/2012/01/random-11-thanks-sammy.html

Christine said...

What I want to know is how much grass can they eat in one day, and are they a good investment over a lawn mower? We live on 10 acres...

FrankandMary said...

I'm picturing them neatly aligned on a shelf. Like beanie babies.
~Mary

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