and on his farm there was a goat

the best things about etsy are the handmade parts, the unique parts, the part where you think about someone on the other end making this goat and giving him a name and wrapping him up with an entourage of adorable paraphernalia.

like paper cranes and old photographs.

and thank-you notes on library cards.

little goat has made the transition to the barn without issue. though the high stakes poker games with donkey every thursday are a bit concerning, i'll admit a little competition has brought some colour to the farm.

"neigh!"

"whinny?"

what do goats say even?

probably "gimmie some cheese" or "just kidding, i can make my own".

4 comments:

Jennyflower's Mom said...

Welcome to that darn goat...I'm sure he's so happy to be in the red barn with donkey as his new friend.

steph said...

ohhhh i love him! he's perfect!

( everyeskimo ) said...

oh my goodness, i think i have a crush on you. your blog is wonderful and i think the darn goat has the best possible home.

i think goats make some sort of a baaa-ing noise. although i suspect this one snorts.

xox. regina

jennifer sorrell said...

well i have a crush on you and your special craftsmanship and wonderfully creative packaging methods! let's get married and have adorable goat children.

i'm sure jeremy won't mind.

xo