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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

When old goats do comb overs



Honey Boy is not worried about aging for he has all he needs to feel safe and secure- warm shelter in the wind, shade in the sun, food in is stomach, fresh water on demand, someone to scratch the out of way places and cross species companionship.

But what many of you might not know is Honey Boy also sports a natural comb over. He wears it very well and hopes someone might take notice of him at this weekend's Workshop, perhaps capture the essence of it in chalk on paper.

5 comments:

C.M. Mayo said...

I hope you will offer this workshop again, I cannot come this time but would love to later.

Apifera Farm said...

Sorry you can't come, I'd love to have a writer here- maybe incorporate words next time. I plan to have it each fall. Stay tuned!

Delisa said...

Hi Katherine, love the comb over! I hope you have a wonderful time with your workshop this weekend. I'm sure it will be a beautiful day! Delisa :)

Carole said...

Can't wait to meet Honey Boy and let him know how handsome he is with his comb over!

denise f said...

Oh, goodness, there will be no maligning or giggling at a perfectly lovely comb over....stop now! ;]

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