Okay, how cute is this goat ?
Today’s tribute to the mystical seaGOATS
national hangover day
Mercury Pluto Sun in Capricorn.
This Cap rising spent NYE dry as a bone.
Still have a headache though : Saturn Rx in the Head (Aries).
I get them all the time.
If you get migranes, check this herb, it may help.
Love to see the goaty goats do their thang.
Comes naturally, the climbing, the rising, the fancy footwork.
Check this one.
Monkey does not look to be enjoying the ride much.
Such a disservice to say Capricorns are slow, stodgy, or cold.
My used to be mentor was overly fond of the phrase ‘cold, cold, Capricorn’.
Somehow I managed to keep my mouth shut.
Miracles DO happen. lol.
Saturn restricts my 3rd house comms for the most part.
Unless trine to Sag Mars gets fired up.
Fire triggers quintile to Uranus in Virgo 9 . . .
You get where I’m going with this.
Sagittarius : self-righteous indignation is us.
Ah well, nobody’s perfect.
Workin’ on it !
According to legend,
Kaldi was the Ethiopian goatherder who discovered the coffee plant.
Goats would chew the berries then go cRaZy JuMpiNg.
Kaldi ate them too, got a rush
– you guessed it –
soon everyone wanted jumping berries.
As you swill your brew on hangover morn,
thank a Capricorn.
Coffee was born via a
goofy goaty goat
somewhere in Ethiopia.
MoOovin’ on UP !
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
I grew up on a farm, and adore goats. I also learned never to bend over in front of an adult goat! HA-HA-HA-HA!
One of my favorite childhood cartoons is about a Billy Goat and a Wolf, entitled “Billy Boy.” You can watch it on Youtube. But the baby billy goat ate everything in site, including the Moon.
Happy New Year !
Love goats ! – & – I hear they have weird squarish irises.
Such great goat stories — love the little black one pushing above.
I learned not to show any ganders my good side either – contankerous old birds bite !
I will look up goose tonight before your groovy OM vid
nite Ace and thanks
found a good pic – very cool !
Here’s the science: peculiar adaption gives goats a vision covering 320 – 340 degrees (humans only have a vision covering up to 210 degrees); meaning they can virtually survey all around them without moving.
I love to see the mountain goasts in their natural habitat. Lucky enough to have seen a few..
internet sensation: buttermilk the goofy goaty goat.
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Thank you Gonzalo !
I am very glad you are enjoying all the hard work I have put into GMA.
I am working on getting the drop down menu (it crashed) back up, as well as more of the previous sidebar material asap.
Welcome . . .thanks again !