That's what goats say, as opposed to Baaaaaaa, which is what sheep say.
(yes, she is standing on the back of a sleeping sheep lady)
I've kept goats for about 12 years now as a part of the farm family.
Their sweet faces bely the fact that they are very clever
and naughty little escape artists.
Goats really do believe that the grass is greener on the other side of the fence and will go to any means necessary to taste it and prove their theory correct.
I would never trust a goat in my flower garden, for sure...
But in a perfect world, they would be charming amongst the Hollyhocks.
Don't ya think?
Another drawing for the garden book. This will also be a greeting card and a print, once painted.
When you are creating flat art, consider all the applications it could be used on. I use my flat art in books, cards, prints, on cups, fabric, flour-sack towels, canvas bags and punch needle. A little can go a long way.
As I work, I am "watching"/listening, via YOUTUBE, to a great series about World War 1, entitled: "The Great War" BBC 1964. It's a 26 part series and incredibly interesting.
I confess, I am a serious History buff and know a LOT about the World Wars. It is something that has fascinated me for many years.
For really interesting British History with an adorable host, watch anything by Lucy Worsley and for humor, see Tony Robinson's, "Worst Jobs in History".
Question for you; How do you occupy your mind whilst working on a project? In silence? DO you listen to music? Books on tape? Talk radio? Movies?