Fall Frolic and a Mama Llama

  1. Your post is so beautiful and I don’t want to take away from it. But since I read this post via email, I can only think about a llama at the petting farm that spits when you don’t give it food. After reading this I thought maybe when we went back next time (today), I would be friendly.
    Well, no it didn’t go that way….instead I grabbed my son turned my back and took off running!!! I just can’t get passed the spitting events we have endured in the past……..Maybe next time.
    Sounds like you have a good llama mama. 🙂

    • jennifer121 says:

      I laughed so hard at this and your efforts to bond with a llama who just wasn’t bondworthy!! I guess Trish was special, she was quite the lady, and I will def be careful and not expect all llamas to be like her!! So glad you liked the post.

  2. Elisa says:

    I LOVE this and I bet I would have liked visiting the animals the best too 🙂 Sooo fun. I “liked” your page on facebook.

    Have a wonderful day.
    http://ecwrites.blogspot.com/2011/09/only-50-more-days-until-golden-sky.html

    • jennifer121 says:

      Hi Elisa! I really liked your blog and thanks so much for stopping by and liking my facebook page – means a lot! I am a huge animal lover so that is always my favorite part. When I take the kids to the zoo, they are the ones pulling me away!

  3. Glad you had a great day. We used to go apple picking.

  4. unikorna says:

    Animals amaze me each day, some of them are capable of rare affection and loyalty…, I could never live without my pets. Your experience is so sweet and touching :).

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