Monday, February 28, 2011

Are you a dead christian...

I have just started my devotional this morning. I was so touched by today's teachings.
I must share with you all!
Are we dead Christians? Do we do good things for attention? Do we do good to give?
Do we go to Church the same, return the same? Are we growing or are we fat on the word?
If we are fat on the word, we are not sharing enough.
Do not share or do for others to be seen. Do not let your right hand see what the left is doing.
I hope this little nit touches some of you as it has touched me.
God Bless

Sunday, February 27, 2011

No kids yet...

I was out in the barn every two hours last night. This being my first kidding experience I am so nervous. I want it all to be OK. Years ago I lost a mare to a bad foaling and a bad vet! It nearly killed me. She was a great mare, I miss her daily. I would hate to lose a doe. I love them all so much. It is amazing how special these animals become.
I hope you all remember today is all about the Lord. Rest and Renew your spirit today.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

I love a relaxing Saturday!
No real schedule, just doing whatever.
My hubby and I had breakfast at The Gathering Place in Howe.
We bought feed for the month at Lords Grain and then it was
Nap time!
Now that is a Saturday.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Some of our animals...

Here are my Nigerian Dwarf Dairy goats. These first three are does.
This is Twinkle, she is almost 1 and due any day!

Here is Tango, She is almost 5. She is also due to kid soon.
 Here is Cotton, she is almost 1, and due any day!

Now here is my Arab, Reba.

Here is our Llama, Ruby.

Here is out potbellied pig, Chris
 Now here are my boys! These two are Nigerian Dwarf Dairy goats. They are almost 1 and great.
The brown and white one is Carmel and the white one is Casper.
I have now set up my phone to blog.. Here is the test does it work?


Good afternoon!
I have been wanting to start a blog for awhile, so here we go!
Let me introduce myself and my large family!
I am awaiting the arrival of some kids today. Goat kids that is! I raise Nigerian Dairy goats. They are great. We enjoy the milk and I am excited to have three does that will be in milk this year.So I hope to learn to make soap and cheese too. We also have chickens, and miniature cattle. I also have two horses here a llama and a potbellied pig. We are always busy.
I am a full time Real Estate agent. I specialize in Rural living and helping you find rural financing.
My husband and I both have our parents living with us now, so this is truly a blended family.
My oldest daughter is in the National Guard and getting ready to go to Iraq.
I hope you find my blog uplifting and informative.

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