Ok. I am joining in on the childish fun. I'm first. Na na na na na (you have to imagine it with a nice tune)!
And one more thing...I'm so happy it's Friday (hint, hint).
It's not Friday. It's Guinevere
Laaaarrrrrbbbb!I picture FG typing frantically, with a sheepish grin on her face. You do know that this had better be a really good post, don't you? Nothing like a crowd tense wiith anticipation to be harsh critics. Except for me, of course, because I understand the pain of being pithy on deadline...and I know Larb wants a nice intro to the world.socalfoodie, i am singing, "na na na na, na na na na, na na na na, it's Larb!" (oh, that's not what you meant?)Doesn't Guinevere have a kingdom to break up or something, Sam?
Oh the pressure!Will somebody please bring me a sandwich--or better yet, some babycakes.
the goats are adorable. whose are they?
Guess again, it's Pepato, as in Pecorino Pepato.
*passes FG a bowl full of CASHEWS*
FG, I will wait as long as I have to if you will just keep posting pictures of goats. How about WGB???
I can Name That Goat in 5 names or less!
if we don't shut up, she'll never get this done! you remember how long it took to get the pita recipe, don't you... ducks and runs
A Muffaletta Sandwich?
Hm. . .Have we been had? She is probably a he, sitting in prison somewhere, no sheep with or without names, no farm, no baking, no cooking. . . .certainly no quick typing skills. Five hours have passed since she/he said. . .
Kia Ora (Hello) from a krazy blogger down-under in New Zealand. I am typing this slow, because I know you can't read fast !!!(hehe)You have a great blog - I'll be back...
Hi Leigh,Those goats belong to a friend who lives about 12 miles from here--and who would very much like them to become my goats. Not gonna happen. I love my sheep! : )(But Alisha, I'll try to put up a goat pic once in a while for you. : )Hi Kelvin,Welcome to the farm! You can type at whatever speed you want here. We don't mind. : )As for the rest of you,I am thinking perhaps you are all too clever for your own good! : )But you had me once again LOL and (yes, this really happened) when I read Jeff's *Passes FG a big bowl of cashews* I actually started applauding at the computer. Your comments were a great break (and inspiration to type faster) when I really could use them.Thank you all for bringing so much laughter into my life!Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to get back to making license plates. Oops! I mean making a delicious homemade pizza.
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