Friday, January 29, 2016

Rosie moves to the barn...



It was warmer today and the sun was shinning. It was wonderful.



Wanted to let you know, this little sweetie has a name, it's "Rosie" .  The name popped into my head in the middle of the night. 



This morning there was an email from Robbie and Debbie. Remember the girls from the farm where Rosie was born? Their place is called, "Two Girls in the Garden".  Anyhow, they told me that Rosie would be fine staying in the barn with Asa.



so we moved her today. Asa loves the new baby! I've worked outside most of the day and watched them.  Probably won't sleep any tonight though...worrying about Rosie.



We could see them from the kitchen window.  At the edge of dark, I warmed her bottle of milk and fed her.   



Eli is just glad to have his chair back. 

That's about it for news tonight. Guess I need get all the animal's beds ready. Thank you for visiting.

Love,
Henny


P.S.   Thank you to my newest follower, Vintage Clutter. Thank you all too for the nice comments...sorry for not replying. I appreciate you very much.




20 comments:

  1. Cute name! I hope you get some sleep! :)

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  2. Rest. Rosie will be just fine.

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  3. Rosie will probably sleep better tonight than you. Will want a report tomorrow to know how the night went.

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  4. "At the edge of dark. . ." love that. You're very poetic.
    And you absolutely have to meet another blogger, who ALSO has a new baby goat named Rose.
    If you don't already visit her, you need to go to http://knatolee.blogspot.com/

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  5. I love the name Rosie. Suits her just right. I had to show my husband Rosie in the house! He knows that is what I would do! Nancy

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  6. Well, now Rosie will learn how to be a goat instead of a dog. I hope all went well for her first night out.

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  7. wonderful you were able to move Rosie out to the goat house. Probably improved your night's sleep no doubt. She looks like a Nosy Rosy.

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  8. What a lovely name! Looks like you are having gorgeous weather. Lucky you! Great photo of Eli!

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  9. Oh, you will miss her being there...both in good and bad ways I bet. Granddaughter has a dog named Rosie...

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  10. I really enjoy the pictures and the tales of your critters!

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  11. Rosie is a perfect name for that sweetie!!

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  12. Rosie, I like that name for her. Great choice and glad she is doing well with Asa. Like the picture of the two of them in the sun.

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  13. I hope Rosie's night went well and she didn't have any nightmares. But it looks like Asa will be friendly with her and show her the ropes. I bet she will be glad to see you this morning with that a bottle of milk at the ready.

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  14. You take just good care of your animals . . . I'm sure that they all think of you as "Mommy" :)

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  15. Lovely name for such a cutie ! Nice photos , Hope all get a good sleep ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good weekend !

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  16. Lovely name, glad you are getting some sunshine x

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  17. Rosie will have time to bond with her new friend and how wonderful that he loves her! I love her name. Of course, I'm a bit prejudiced because my beautiful cat's name is Rosie, too. Eli does look happy to have his chair back and things quieter in HIS house.

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  18. What a sweet little goat, and her name is perfect.
    Jo

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