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with the goats. We took them on a walk through the woods since they have been cooped up until we put up their new fencing. They loved it, but it reinforced that I cannot take them skiing with me. I would wind up on the ground more than on the skis. The goats like to walk in front and on the side of you. They keep changing their minds as to which way they like it better.
We were quite amused at their attention to us. We stopped and much like the game Red Light, the goats would stop and wait. Pretty amusing stuff. A good afternoon.
Yesterday, our youngest son spent his entire day at the Rutland Intermediate School with the rest of the students chosen for the Green Mountain District Music Festival. They practiced and practiced and practiced some more. Tim was chosen for middle school chorus. He spent the day with kids that he know but a lot that he never met. He sang and laughed and ate (they did manage to feed them, and quite well he said) and then they all dressed up in the black and white best and performed last night for a packed auditorium. There was the high school orchestra, the jazz ensemble, the string orchestra and the middle school chorus. These kids were awesome – all of them. The music and the performances were great.
Best of all, he had a fantastic time. He left there at 9 o’clock last night – after spending 12 hours there, happy as can be with a grin from ear to ear. He talked about it all the way home. It was a good day for him and a good performance for the audience.