Today is a big day, with a morning of freelance design work, an afternoon at the post office, and then sitting down to work on my new book for a big chunk of time. By evening chores I'll have a visit from the entire Daughton Clan. They are coming to take home Francis and one of Bonita's kids. I am going from five goats to three, and while that sounds like a decrease it isn't. It's an increase in sanity and realistic expectations of me as one person doing thirty jobs. Two milk goats is absolutely manageable, but not ideal. For me one milk goat is more than enough. So Francis has a new home along with Dorian, who is being renamed Nacho. I decided to keep Bonita's Daughter so I always have a doe from that line in my herd. I adore Bonita. She's sweet, trained to milk like a pro, has great babies without fuss, and produces a gallon of milk a day here. Me, the kids, the pigs, and everyone else who drinks it is thrilled with her. I still have one kid I may keep or sell, a little buckling. If anyone is interested let me know?