Hi, I’m going to try and start blogging more day-in-the-life style. Instead of waiting two weeks to share photos, I want to hop on at the end of the day a few times a week and share in the moment, just like the good ole days of blogging. This will help keep the blogs frequent, and they’ll take less time to edit and write. Sometimes, sharing photos is my favorite thing to do, and you don’t need a ton of paragraphs to make it worthwhile. Yesterday, Bugs and I headed out to visit my parents on the farm. They have a neighbor with the cutest goats and chickens they care for when she’s away. I decided to drive there and bring Bugs to see the farm animals since he loves animals! He reaches out for them and is so fearless. First off, look how stunning this tree branch arbor is! I will make sure to go back and get photos of the roses when they are in bloom. Of course, we had to bring the little blue car he is OBSESSED with! It was so cute because the chickens greeted him at the gate, and he started babbling to them. I know parents think their kids do the funniest things, but he is hilarious and loves getting reactions from us. The sweetest goat mamas! They will have their babies next month, and I can’t wait to hold them! They are so adorable and gentle. They followed us around the entire time and just wanted rubs.
The prettiest chickens! He’s going to be one next month! HOW!! I started planning his SUPER SMALL birthday celebration. I’m just making him a cute cake, going to attempt a balloon arch, and making a fresh lunch for the family. I will share all of the DIY after his party. I know first birthdays are a big deal, but I’m keeping it low-key, and I’ll try not to cry! This goat was wild! He’s the dominant male with a ton of energy. He jumped up behind me and ate a big chunk of my hair, but at least it gave my dad a good laugh.
My ten-year goal is to have a house in the country with a chicken coop! I’d probably have a few chickens if our HOA allowed it now.
He’ll be running after all of them when he’s on the move. Before heading home, I got the coffee and a grand tour of my parent’s new backyard garden. They expand it every year; this year, it’s bigger than ever! I’ll share photos when everything starts to bloom in a few weeks. And the best part is coming home with three dozen fresh eggs! Time to make some vegetable quiche tonight!