Jody, eeeks!!! I was talking to my neighbour, over the fence yesterday, and I told her I smelled a billy goat, and where did it come from, hee, hee. I told her that I hadn't smelled it before the past couple of days. She told me that she had two (imagine that!!!). She said that this is the time of year when the billies are rutting (what a weird, weird word), and that is the smell. And yes, that is the stinky, stanky, billy smell. No wonder Brian's great big billy goat gruff stunk so badly, and made him, Ken and Brendhan stink like nothing on this earth. Eeeks!!!! I hope that the rutting season ends soon, because it really is an awefully offensive smell. There isn't many smells that bother me, but these billy goat gruffs, hee, hee, are one --- and I can't believe how far they can be smelled from.
Ken and I are building a barn for the horse today, it is going to be 12 X12, the foundation is the first thing to be done. So, I guess that I will be the joe boy, pushing that ding dang wheelbarrow all over the good green earth, eeks!!!! That is gonna be some hard work to do, the things we do for love, my darling Daughter, what she has brung onto her pooor ol' mum and dad. Oh well.....she will help us, I know that, she is so grateful. She just began a new job and it is an evening shift, so it takes her time when she comes home to wind down, and then must sleep in a bit in the morning to rest, to get ready for the next day's work....so her time is limited, but I know she will push a few heavy cement-filled wheelbarrows, my Husband bought a nice new cement mixer, the colour is orange, and I know that he is gonna have some fun, fun, fun, is the possible sun, sun, sun. Have the most wonderful and awesomely great day, Cindi