Thursday, December 8, 2011


Woohooo Naptime!

Spots.....

These girls are getting their legs under them quick!
They are much smarter than the boys.. Just sayin....

Kyla brought this in this morning.
Its off the goats water trough and 1.5 inches thick..
Getting a little chilly out....
  Things have been a bit crazy.. Good reports for our friend though. They pulled the venilator tube out this evening. They did surgery on his foot and put pins in that. his neck is fractured but its not paralyzing and requires no surgery just healing. God's mercy and grace has been abundant.. They are hoping to move him to a regular room tomorrow. The man driving the other car is not doing so well. He is 88 years old and was on blood thinners and has bleeding on the brain among other problems. Its still pretty critical. So please remember him in your prayers....
 Well 8 babies and plus life has me a bit frazzled...going to go pass out now! Everyone have a blessed day!
Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need. Hebrews 4:16

6 comments:

goatpod2 said...

Love the spots on that doe! I remember nap time for when we were still raising bottle babies but those days are over. Good news on your friend! It's getting a little chilly here too.

Blessings,

Amy

matty said...

What pretty does! I love how they sleep all tangled up, don't you??

So glad to hear your friend is doing well. Will be keeping the other driver in my prayers!

We had a teasing of snow last night; it was just bone chilling cold, frankly! It was down to 22-degrees. Either send us snow or don'g. Please, Nature, don't tease us with a little!

Have a wonderful day!

OurCrazyFarm said...

They are so cute! I am hoping for the same spots in March:)))

So glad to hear the report on your friend!

Brenda said...

I'm glad your friend is recovering. I'll keep the other driver in prayer.

The goat girls are so pretty. I imagine your house is even more full of energy now and you're glad for their nap times!

MilkMaid09 said...

Ack! Kids in a basket! LOVE IT! Glad to hear your friend is doing ok. And yes, we've had to start busting up water buckets too. Time to settle in for winter!

Anke said...

The goats are just the cutest little things. :-)
Here's the recipe for the stromboli.
http://cox-himmel.blogspot.com/2010/09/new-favorite.html
We've made it with and without spinach, salami or pepperoni or even ham. Normally we use provolone cheese, but we've also made it with feta or even cheddar cheese.