What's the big deal about Young Living

Some eBook Sales and Some Random

First the random.

Apparently our goats are not pregnant. At all. Like there are no babies coming out of them.

This is very disappointing for us because that means we won't be getting any fresh milk, cheese, or yogurt this summer.

And I will tell you it's a good thing I have done The 30 Day Wholesome Talk Challenge, because if I hadn't, you would be reading some unsavory words right now about so-called lady goats who go gallivanting all over the pasture with a randy buck and then pretend to be knocked up for the better part of 5 months so that the caretakers are practically counting the gallons of milk and pounds of homemade mozzarella. And then they have the nerve, the veracity, to not even produce any babies, thereby not producing any milk!

Highly disappointing!

And speaking of The 30 Day Wholesome Talk Challenge, which is available for immediate download at Amazon as we speak, take a look at these ebook sales.

This is on sale for 99 cents and is the entire menu for every day of a Disney vacation for a family of 5. Dana, the author, took photos of every single meal her family ate on the Quick Service plan. She wanted to show that the plan offers much more than chicken nuggets and french fries.

This would be an excellent eBook to get if you are planning a trip to Disney.


And here we have Dana again (busy girl!) with another 99 cent special. She has outlined how to teach children to do laundry, dusting, vacuuming, mopping, and bathroom cleaning. That last one alone makes it worth the 99 cents!

And I'm going to keep my eye on this one to go on sale because Boo Mama was one of the very first blogs I ever read and she cracked me up on a regular basis.

What eBooks can you recommend? Have you ever been disappointed by goats with loose morals?

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  1. Just out of interest, why did you think they were pregnant? (Apart from the proximity of the Billy?) I know some people can feel (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYitVNmg-WA), and some goats just don’t show barely at all.
    Sorry, for your lack of kids/goat’s milk. :-(

  2. Smockity Frocks says:

    We had the buck in with them for 3 days and he was BUSY! We just assumed that did the trick.

  3. Your last line of this made me laugh out loud. I had to divert my children’s attention away. “What Mommy? What’s so funny?”