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I love writing about my experiences as a goat maaa because I find myself learning something new every day, especially as we’ve gone on this goat pregnancy journey.

From your comments here, I know a lot of you love to read about our goats. On the flip side, I do realize that not everyone cares *nearly* as much about them as I do or understands my obsession, so instead of interspersing goat posts here (not as often as I’d like!), I’ve done up a new site — just for goat news from our pen and elsewhere.

Some of you already know about my new website, Goat Berries, but for the rest of you who care to read about the kids, do head on over because woooh boy, there’s some big goat news around these parts lately.

And be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss a single post! You can also follow @goat_berries on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook.

And in other “new site” news, you can also now find me at, my professional writing website with samples, testimonials, and more; if you know anyone who needs a writer or editor, feel free to direct them to!

Yes, I’ve been *very* busy with CSS lately…and I’m not done yet. If you’re a Bleeding Espresso fan on Facebook, you may have noticed that my logo has changed. Or maybe you’ve noticed the new favicon in your address bar? Hmm….

Have a great week, and as always, thanks for reading!

6 Beans of Wisdom to “For All Goat News, Subscribe to Goat Berries!”
  1. 03.22.2010

    Congratulations on the TWO new websites!!!

    Braaaava (goat style) and keep up the great inspiring and momentous work!

    Your loyal fan,

    Thanks so much Ele!

    .-= Eleonora´s last blog ..Fried Sage Leaves =-.

  2. 03.22.2010

    Yes, congrats on the two sites… and for sticking to you love of goats.

    Thanks Anne; it got to the point where I was spending so much time reading and learning about goats, I thought I might as well share some of it 🙂

    .-= Anne Wayman´s last blog ..Article Writing – How To Get Started =-.

  3. 03.23.2010

    Auguri! The kiddies are so sweet! I just checked out your other blog and saw the video – too adorable! Looks like you are having a ton of fun with them!

    Yes, that was an old video of when Pasqualina was just a little thing…now we’ll have all new fun with THREE kids!

  4. Gil

    How long before you start posting about how good the cheese came out?

    Well we won’t even start milking for a couple weeks…then we’ll see!

  5. 03.25.2010

    Had checked out GoatBerries and of course it’s darling, but wanted to compliment you too on your professional site. Very impressive!!
    .-= Kim B.´s last blog ..Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska — Straight up the Middle and Outside the 3-Point Arc =-.

  6. Judy DeSapio

    Congratulations on your two new sites. Your goats are adorable and I love your stories.

    Thanks Judy!

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