And tomorrow is another day! Hope she's got enough cheese ...
Meanwhile, back at the farm, muckspreading continues apace in readiness for sowing that lovely herbal grass seed in a few weeks time:
The slightly colder weather has made some of the goatie girls think about the possibility of a little romance, though I have yet to see a waggy tail. Having ignored those beautiful boys of mine for the last few months, some of the girls are now starting to take an interest on what lies behind the fence to the cattle yard.
As I went round to give the chaps their dinner tonight, I was watched by several interested young females.
And down at the goatlings' house, the hormones are definitely starting to kick in. It has to be said that young Larkin is starting to small a little more 'manly' than last week, and some of the girls are starting to fight amongst themselves. A sure sign of hormones!! Bathilda and Pavarti were having a bit of a tussle tonight:
Off to London for me tomorrow. Parson's Green, here I come!