Lisa and Jim's Northern Nevada Real Estate Blog: My Wife Really Got My Goat ...The Story Continues

My Wife Really Got My Goat ...The Story Continues

This is a great thought from Jim.

Make Hay while the sun shines and enhance the harvest!

My wife got me a rescue goat as I've posted before.  Buster was left in a home that buster watching the boys swimwas foreclosed on, our friend rescued him, and we took him in.  We took him blind, hadn't seen or learned much about him before we agreed to take him.  What a treasure we found!  The family that left him must have been sad as he is very people friendly and dependent - was clearly loved.

Our grandsons came over for Father's Day and ended up swimming in the irrigation ditch as we got water that day.  Buster followed them and just wanted to hang out with the boys.

The boys played with Buster, and swam the length of the ditch.  They loved it, Buster loved it, and we are happy they can all enjoy the simple pleasures of life.  It is the simple pleasures that crebuster tasting next winter's groceriesate the biggest joy and longest lasting memories in life. 

Our grandsons swimming in tgrandsons swimming in the irrigation ditchhe irrigation ditch ... it is a big part of why we bought our property.  And Buster the goat ... he enjoyed getting into the pasture to sample next winter's groceries while he played with the family.

Comment balloon 0 commentsLisa Wetzel • June 24 2009 09:37AM