Monday, April 02, 2012

My Enemy My Friend

Well what about Abby. Abby is Moldy's daughter and she is Pebbles' mother so she tends to get overshadowed between the Beauty Queen and the Crackpot Oregonian. She used to be my enemy but now she is my best friend. This often happens with enemies. It is because she is a lot like me in spite of the fact that she comes from Oregon even though she was born here. I have come to realize now that I am more mature that you can't help coming from Oregon. It is like being struck by lightning. You were just in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Anyway people always think she is my twin which she isn't.

Abby is quite pretty and she went to the Fair last year and right before she was going to show Pebbles snuck over and drank just about every last drop of milk so she didn't look that good at showtime which she couldn't give a hoot about but she came in third anyway which was pretty good considering she is from Oregon and so on.

Anyway Abby is bred to Jackie again so we are bracing ourselves for the arrival of more little Pebbles but in the meantime Abby has been growing herself out.

Now that she is a 2-year-old she is much deeper and broader and her dairy character is going through the roof but anyway the farmer looked at her yesterday and said, "she really doesn't look too horrible," which means that she will be going back out on the show circuit this year and she is probably the only goat in the world who will be pleased by that news.


Ozarks Goat Girl said...

Millie, if people think Abby is your twin and if Abby is really not too horrible to look at then that means you are not too horrible to look at which is to say that you are quite beautiful. But then, I knew that all along.

Goat Girls Rule! said...

Apart from Hazel (who is a first time freshener and therefore has issues) the rest of us goat girls are not sure about dairy character "going through the roof" -- we find putting it on the milk stand usually gets us more treats.

Marigold said...

Considering what Ozarks Goat Girl has said, I think you need to be worried about being chosen to go to the fair. Is there anything you can do about that? Oh, I remember, you get around it by not having enough milk. Good thinking. Nonetheless, I think we need a comparison photo so we can judge for ourselves.

Buffybelle said...

WAA..heave..chew,chew,chew. WAA..heave..chew,chew,chew. There's nothing wrong with Oregon Goats!

Claire the Shepherdess said...

Ooof....more bitter pills on the way! Goodness!