I did get to go out and visit the goats this evening and give them all scratches and love. They are doing great and I have my family to thank for this blessing. However I really miss them and can't wait to be able to return to a normal schedule for me. And I will admit 3 hours at the farm basically doing nothing has kicked my butt.4
Andrea and babies this springIn the mean time I have signed up to take an AI course this fall which I am very excited about. I have also made all my breeding plans for next year. And I have a date to take my weathers and cull does to the sale at Colby Livestock later in the month. I will be adding a few of Dillon's unneede
d young bucks and kids that were born too late to make the last sale.
This has been a wide awakening to me as to how much my "job" with the animals is a full time responsibility that really burdens others when I get ill and have to rely on them. However, I am thankful they are stepping up to the bat and not going with Amelia's plan of just sell the goats because she hates them and really has no desire to have them on the farm. Then again she is a teenager and could change her mind but I doubt it and that too is okay. Not everyone in your family is going to love what you love, however everyone in your family should love you enough to make things work when life take a turn and shit hits the fan.
My loving family on a work vacation to Grand Canon