Thursday, August 25, 2011

A Special Post

I have been nominated for the 7 Links blog game by Pricilla over at The Maaaaa of Pricilla. Here are the rules:

I have to post the links to:

~My most beautiful post.
~My most popular post.
~My most controversial post.
~My most helpful post.
~A post whose success surprised you.
~A post you feel didn't get the attention it deserved.
~The post you are most proud of.

My Most Beautiful Post


I love this post as it shows the true joy of being a goat kid. It's not long at all, but it really speaks to goat happiness.

My Most Popular Post

My New Forum is my most popular post by number of page views, with a total of 245. I think people must have thought I was going to change where my blog was on the internet, it's not even a very big post. It just got a lot of views.

My Most Controversial Post

My family arguing about the quality of  Aerosmith and hiding under the dining room table. 


 My Most Helpful Post

My most helpful post is the time I answered Judy's questions about ligaments and the gestation period of goats. Goat Q&A.

My Post Whose Success Surprised Me

What exactly does this mean? How many comments it got? What I thought was successful?My most popular post by number of comments would be N is for A New Sight, with a white crab spider eating a bee. Pretty weird and really cool.

My Post That I Think Didn't Get Enough Attention

Duckling(s)! This is the post where the first ducklings started to arrive. I love this post and it's pictures and thought it deserved to be up here.

My Post That I'm Most Proud Of

The Escape of Peter, Prancer and Jaimy. A tale of stinky cheese, baby goats and silly pigs. My first story and cutest, if I do say so myself. 

Thank you Pricilla for nominating me. Even though I haven't been posting for long, only since last year, I still loved looking back through my archives and seeing all 233 of my posts, this being the 234. Heehee. That being said, I must nominate deserving blogs I love. 

The Goat Borrower - Mimi Foxmorton and Miss Darla Rose Caprine against the world! Make sure you stop by and check out Mimi's Capra Project.  

Whispering Acres - Lucky Nickel and Claire the Sheppardess's adventures in Nova Scotia, Canada. Lucky Nickel is a very cute little goat with curly whirly fur and three interesting goat bachelors, Inigo Goatoya (we sheared his father, apparently), Westley and Fezzik. Thay are "Sexy Singles". Make sure you go over there and shear Inigo's father!

Life on a Southern Farm - Pam lives on a 100 acre farm in Georgia with her husband, cows, goats, dogs, cats, 24 guineas, lot's of chickens and a donkey named Jack. There is also Miracle Eve the goat. She is to cute and will never give up her bottle (even if Pam thinks she has....)!

And last but not least, Hidden Meadow Farm - Another blog in Nova Scotia, Canada. They have Highlander Cattle and they are very adorable (especially the calves!). They are very nice people and you should totally check them out! You would not believe how awesome these cattle are!

And that's my blog posts of the past. Thanks again Pricilla!

Linking to Jenny Matlock's blog for Alphabe-Thursday, where the special letter is S!


13 comments:

beckyp said...

I will have to come back and read your other posts another time. The spider post looks really interesting I live in WI too :-)

RNSANE said...

Very interesting and quite different from other blogs that I have seen! I, of course, live in the San Francisco area and am rather "citified" - though growing up, I lived for several years on a farm in Smith Station, Alabama!

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JDaniel4's Mom said...

The spider post really is cool and the duclpklings deserved a second look too.

Claire the Shepherdess said...

Hi Tayet! Thanks for nominating me! How do you look up how many views your posts have had? I don't know how to do that so I thought I'd ask before I do the response blog!

ga.farmwoman said...

Oh my! You did such a great job on this post. I haven't ever saw a white crab spider before, much less eating a bee. How cool is that?
Loved your post.
Thanks for thinking of me to pass the game to. I will try and make time for it soon.
Have a great weekend.
Pam

farmer said...

Thanks so much! I'm glad your enjoying the blog and the cattle!
I will try to get this done by Monday!!
Thanks again :)

Melodie said...

These are all great post! Keep up the good work!

Pricilla said...

I am glad you enjoyed this as much as I did...great job!

LibrarySnake said...

Aw, those pictures are fantastic :)

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Millie said...

I must say, I remember most of these posts, and you really do have a great blog here!

H said...

Sometimes, it's good to look back through your own blog posts and remember ones from a while ago. It can be fun reading them with fresh eyes.

Mimi Foxmorton said...

I adore your blog, lovie and LOVE following! ;)

I am humbled by your nomination and promise to focus and re-examine my posts as soon as I can!

Keep writing......I love reading.........

Have a creative and goatie day!
~Mimi

Jenny said...

Oh, I love this post!

How fun to look at your favorites through your eyes!

The top post is my favorite. It just makes me smile!

Thanks for sharing this special post with us today.

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