Yes, I know I've been lacking in the post department. It's been bothering me, but other things in my life have taken over and it's left me with little to no computer social life. :D (Even to the point where people have commented that I don't post on FaceBook as much any more.)
Give me a break! If I had a choice between computer social life or live in person social life, I went with the live options (Sorry, to all of you out there who I can't have a live option & have to put up with the E-Social life.) But, hey if you had to chose which would you chose?
What's been keeping me so busy? Well, if you read my mom's blog, then you might have been able to catch on to some of it. But mainly it's just been life....Cheese making, markets, baseball, family interaction, etc.
But, good news for you. Mom's moving me out of the dairy so that yet some more of my siblings can learn that side of the dairy. Which means less stress (please, don't ask my family about me in the cheese room!) more time in the house, & more computer social life.
So, to round up the past 10 months....I've been making dairy products, selling dairy products, taking siblings to baseball practice & games, going to church, & running errands.
What has happened in my life in the past ten months? Well, I was contacted by the Ag office in Weslaco, TX asking if I would be interested in giving a cheese class & talk on marketing goat products. So in the second week of July mom & I made the drive down there (7 hours) spent three days with just mom & I, helping other goat people.
Last week Christin & I spent 2 days driving to Greensboro, NC where I spent three days at a goat conference & Christin spent three days sleeping in, sightseeing, sewing, & swimming. We then spent 2 & 1/2 days driving back & sight seeing.
The movie that was filmed at our place last year is making the rounds of world film festivals. The most noticeable one in our family was when it made it's world premiere at the Cannes film festival. Mom, Dad, Christin, Sara, & Linnea went over to walk the red carpet, talk about it & of course sight see for 15 days. Thus leaving Grace & I to watch Emma on down (for those trying to count that was 7 children 15 & younger). Thankfully we had help watching children, going to little league, & markets. But let me tell you it wasn't easy!
All the kids have turned one year older (except for Noah, his birthday is next month), Noah made it to the All-Stars again, No one has been added to the family, I was promoted to captain on the Sheep & Goat committee at the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo. Goats have come & gone, ducks have been added to the farm. the house pig has finally started living outside, And I am still ALIVE!