Saturday, March 3, 2012

SUNNY DAY

Though extremely windy, it was a warm, sunny day at the barn!
We took advantage of the weather to introduce Miss Bertha-bean to the barn yard....and to cow-ture!
She took to it quite well!




My Darla Clementine got jealous and insisted upon wearing the dress since it was HER dress to begin with!


I tried to tell her that it might be a bit...snug.......

"Does this dress make my butt look fat?"



Goats can almost FLY in this windy weather!



Miss Bean took a walk in the barn yard.




She looks so much bigger without the perspective of Farmer's grandsons!

Bertha is a Faerie Cow!  Sometimes she's black......



And sometimes she's brown......



Lizzie didn't want to be left out but all we had was my hat......which didn't fit.......



A sunny day is a funny day!  But now it's time for lunch and a nap!
Darla has a Special Home.....



Goatie Kisses, everyone!  Thanks for playing with us on the Sunny Day!
*muwah*

9 comments:

Pricilla said...

They are all fabulous in their attire

Marigold said...

Cow clothes! Cow clothes! I love it! Poor Darla. The dress is a *bit* snug. Of course there is no doubt mom will be making her new clothes. :)

Millie said...

Darla is looking a little big for that little dress. Wait! It fits the calf and not Darla? Ummm....maybe no more bottles.

Teresa said...

She is adorable! Looks like everyone enjoyed the day. MJ is like that. He's black but sun bleaches him to brown.

Melodie said...

What a fun day! Poor Darla, she needs a bigger dress I think.I am betting there is already one in the works! It won't be long till Miss Bertha will need a bigger dress too!

fengirl said...

I adore your goats xx

Manicddaily said...

So cute! How wonderful to have a farm! I am in NYC but spend time upstate and am strongly contemplating a move! The goat part seems a fair amount of work though! K.

Candy C. said...

Oh my gosh, I just LOVE the pink "hair" bow!! Does Miss Darla Rose Caprine *really* have toys and a blankie in her pen!! :)

Mimi Foxmorton said...

Yes, Miss Candy, she really does!
Stems from when she lived at home.
(which is where I wish she still were......) :)