Merry Christmas to you and Cherie, and all your beautiful animals. He looks very pleased, if not regal. 🙂
I think Johnny is the only animal on this farm (and certainly the only goat) who would stand still with a Santa hat on his head. He’s a mellow creature.
Bill, I hope and pray that this day is a day of joyous reflection on the spiritual things in your life. I know in my case without a little divine help, my year would have been a year of worry instead of peace; a year of sorrow instead of joy; and a year of financial poverty instead of financial blessing.
May this day be a day of overwhelming spiritual peace, joy, and contentment. Have a great Christmas day.
Thanks Dave. I hope you’ve had a great Christmas day as well. Our daughter is visiting, which is a nice treat. Our son and his wife came to visit a few days ago and left behind our granddaughter for a few days. Another nice treat.
It’s been a beautiful warm sunny day.
What did you do to get your goat to stand still with a hat on? Or is it with a little help from photoshop 🙂
I must admit that when I saw “Merry Christmas Y’all” I immediately started thinking of my own Lancashire accent, “so lad have a reet good Christmas an’ all t’best t’ family.” May the year ahead be one where you see much fruit in more ways than one.
Johnny is not the brightest bulb in the closet. By the time he even realized he was wearing the hat we had the picture.
Thanks for sharing a greeting in your accent. Imagining hearing it makes me smile. 🙂
All best wishes for a joy-filled season and a wonderfully happy new year!
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Merry to you and Cherie, Bill!
Many thanks. 🙂 All best wishes for a joyous season!
Ho ho ho.
Merry Christmas! 🙂
Thanks Natalie. I hope you had a nice Christmas day.
LOL, are all your goats so patient, or this one extraordinary? Great side view of your expecting nanny: )
Oh shoot! And wishing a very, Merry Christmas to you both (and all your four-footed residents at the farm as well!
Thanks Deb. And a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you too!
Johnny is a laid back buck. He’s the only goat on the farm who would stand there with a Santa hat on his head. He probably didn’t even realize it was there.
What a super-chilled out goat! That’s just the best shot, Bill! Merry Christmas to you and yours.
And a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours as well!
“Chill” is definitely a good word to describe Johnny. We joke that he must have some special weeds somewhere in the pasture that keep him that way. 🙂
Merry Christmas, Bill. I’m happy our paths have crossed! A blessed new year to you and yours!
And a very happy New Year to you and your family as well Luke!
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