And I thought goats ate ANYTHING! Nice to know crayons aren't on their diet. :-) Garden is looking great. Dale
I'm sure the goat I had as a kid would have eaten the crayons and then waltzed into the house to see what he could find there. He had a habit of getting through the neighbours fence and eating their gladioli. Luckily they were good friends and were fond of Willy.
Good thing it didn't get into the kitchen garden and destroyed all of your hard work!
Que bonito ambiente y suerte que no entro la cabra. Me encanta el cojin!!Saludos!!
I was so afraid he was going to eat your vegetables and flowers. So, festivities are on the menu, it would seem! And, of course, we're all invited, I assume! Looking forward to it!
Oh, I know that goat! His name is 'Feta' and he is always getting into peoples' salad greens!You are fortunate to have returned in time Janine, cause that goat is BAAAAAAD!elizabeth
Your garden grows daily more lush and lovely :-)However, I understand that goats do not mind eating even pencils ... I would go back in a hurry from my phone call ;-)Mini lovely hugsFlora
Hope the goat also don't eat your plants!!!Fantastic scene!GreetingsMelanie
Why don't goats replace the lawn mower, or maybe this one did and this is why he was'nt hungry for pencils. Lovely scene!Hugs, Drora
Janine...I love your addition to the garden. You have such wonderful ideas for settings. Can't wait to see it soon! fats
Janine, all your scenes look so real. Hugs Kati
Thank goodness he tasted the crayon first! If he'd had a taste of the pretty garden he'd have made a mess!! Such a cute post, love it and love Mr. Goat.
That is so cute. I love this little scene! Your courtyard is beautiful. hugs♥,Caroline
I love your blog
A wonderful scene. I hope the goat stands there forever . He makes your garden "pop" :).
What a lovely scene and I'm very impressed with your walls!