Monday, June 15, 2009

The Newsletter

Well, the farm newsletter has been done for a while but we are having some problems getting the mailing list to send out properly. So anyway for now you can just read it here and we will try to get the list fixed for next time.

Oy. It's always something. It's never nothing.

7 comments :

Cici said...

Poor you, Belle! I never knew you had cancer! :(

Pricilla said...

Well this goat sends Belle a great big goat hug!

Teresa said...

I just read your newsletter. I didn't know, and I'm heartbroken, to hear that Baby Belle has been ill. The end of the blog? It can't be. I check daily and love the stories of the goats' antics. It's my favorite blog. It's so clear that you love the goats dearly.
I'll be thinking of you all and wishing many more happy hay and cookie filled days for Baby Belle.

Beth said...

oh dear.

amysflock said...

Cancer?! How did I miss that? I'm so sad...but know she'll get the best care for as long as is appropriate. Poor girl. Please don't end the blog...it's so much fun to read.

Mama said...

I am totally heartbroken for you..I love love love this blog,I have read every post with tears and giggles.Thankyou for sharing it with us...Many brightest blessings to Baby Belle.

Marigold said...

Baby Belle is my oldest and dearest friend from the place of my birth...even though she has no Nubian in her. I am sorry to hear of her troubles and I want the goatfarmer to know that this means Belle should get as many Peanuts as she wants every single day. That is my prescription for her. I know it would certainly help me, so it simply has to work for her. I suppose Swedish fish might be okay if you don't happen to have any Peanuts. I send my old friend Belle the best and most positive thoughts I have in me.