Ten Things I Learned Chaperoning A Field Trip To The Goat Farm
1. The mission of this field trip was to milk this poor unsuspecting goat and take its milk back to school where Zoe’s cooking class would make goat cheese. I couldn’t make this up if I tried.
2. Zoe is not down with udders.
3. Neither is Troy.
4. A dog, a bunch of goats, a rooster, and some geese can live in perfect harmony, like the Kardashians.
5. While Troy expressed medium enthusiasm towards milking a goat, he was thoroughly incensed that he could not drive the tractor.
6. I really love chickens.
7. So does Troy. And I took this photo to show Jeff how to build a chicken coop (after he finishes the gd kitchen cabinets).
8. I asked the most questions out of anyone about the greenhouse that was being built on the goat farm. And by anyone, I mean the ten 6th graders plus Troy. I have wicked greenhouse envy.
9. I would grow kale, squash, cilantro, beans, and probably pumpkins. I clearly have no idea what you grow in a greenhouse.
10. Goats will try to bite your crotch while you are thoughtfully trying to Instagram their innocence. Goats be dicks.