Tuesday, December 11, 2012

I think my craft bone is broken...

Have you ever had one of those days where something that you are normally pretty proficient at, just seems to have gone away?  I just can't seem to create anything without crumpling it up and throwing it away lately.  It's frustrating.

I did manage to make this little rose painting.  It took me way too long for the quality and size but I was at least somewhat satisfied with it.  I don't know...I think it must be like speaking another language.  If you don't use it, you lose it.

Things have been pretty hectic here and although they are not slowing down, I think I am assimilating to the stress.  I am down to my last two goats.   Someone came to look at them this weekend and the whole time I was praying that she wouldn't want them.  She said she needed time to think about it, which probably means she doesn't.  But just in case I am going to email her this week and say that I've changed my mind.  I just can't picture myself without goats at this point.  Besides, it's Dottie and her daughter, Betty.  They need to stay here.

Wow, that post was a lot of whining.  Thanks for listening.  Here's some more Christmas decorating pictures to make up for it. (or add to it, what do I know?)

I think I need more ornaments!  There's a bare branch down there on the right.  We can't have that!

Smiles from the farm,


  1. Oh, no! You simply have to have some goats. It is unAmerican not to. You have snow? I am so jealous!

  2. hey Lisa, it's Meredith the lady who bought your other goats Stella and Alice. Just stopping by to let you know they are doing great and fitting in nicely. They have been bred and should be due sometime around May 7th..ish. I'm really excited and glad you decided to keep the other two. Seems like it was meant to be.I love your decorating pics. Talk to you soon. Check back in to my blog this spring and you will see the goaties with their babies :)