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Faith

What a good laugh! I'll be sure to keep this in mind for future fiber-animal entertaining events.

Cass

But aren't alpacas social animals? So you should invite 2 for dinner, and they can sit across from each other.

Laurie

I can just imagine what it would like to try and mobilize wet alpaca fleece for the lifting and the shearing. No. Thank. You. But then, since it was postponed, maybe I could make it next time!

Ruth

We just got new rain boots at our house, too (I am assuming the Boy's are new, because they are so bright and shiny). Frog boots.

It has been a good weekend for rain boots.

catsmum

My alpaca substitutes [ the goats ] said to point out to you that they never spit, being far too ladylike.
Mind you, the one alpaca habit I wish they WOULD emulate is the pooping-only-in-one-spot :]

Juno

The things Emily Post never tells you......

Cheryl

I'm hoping for nice weather next weekend, that would be perfect.

Manise

Those pants look like very soggy Hanna's. My boy has the same ones I believe. Too bad the shearing was postponed.

Suzanne

That mouthful of cud thing would definitely make me think twice before offending an alpaca. What is the knitting in your new banner?

Lucia

I think alpacas are like babies: so adorable you just can't help cutting them a ton of slack on things like table manners.

Thalia

Aaaww... luckily, alpacas are ridiculously cute - and helpful with all that wool - that it's easy to let them have their open-mouth-chewing-ways. :)

Beth S.

Aw, that's too bad about the postponement. Luckily the Boy seems to have taken the disappointment tolerably well, huh? :-)

BTW, have you told us about the new banner yet? It can't be P.S., because that's all pinks and peaches... whatever this is, it's beyond stunning.

Dava

Just be careful not to sit them next to the Llamas...

Helen

Ahhh yes, the wet animal thing. Not good for alpacas or rabbits (we don't have wet rabbits, but their wool does get damp during those long wet spells).

Little boys love muddy water. I guess it is just something that mom's have to get used too. Thank God for Purell!

Marcy

Wow. The things you can learn in the land o' blogs! Wow.

Judy

With all my new social skills, I feel like I'm set to conquer the world.

Kathy

Love the rain boots. Quite cute! What did we ever do before Purell? I can't even begin to think about the water . . .

juno

Wait - its your birthday? Happy birthday, my lovely one.

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