Just a superfluous post about reality TV and goats, because what else is going on in my life? Is it time for another cookie yet?

Anyone else watching this season of The Bachelor? I’m continuing along with my general pandemic philosophy: anything goes.

Five cups of coffee? Sure. Whip cream straight from the can into my mouth at 7am? Why not? My children eating frozen chicken nuggets straight from the bag? More power to them. My children also eating frozen green beans? I’m officially winning. Mind-numbing reality TV with a great set of abs? Yes please!

It’s season 25. I’ve caught the occasional episode from seasons 1-24, but for the most part TV and I don’t have a huge relationship. I’m committed to the Daily Show with Trevor Noah and videos of my children.

I’m one of those terrible people who can’t handle any suspense and will read the last chapter of a book before continuing along from the beginning. If my favorite character is going to die or come to some other devastating end, I like to be emotionally prepared for it.

Same goes for The Bachelor. I’ve read all the online spoilers. I couldn’t help myself. This guy seems like he likes all the women or at least he’s kissing all of them. No matter how many times I remind myself that they’re all quarantined and healthy, I still find the germ sharing shocking.

Captain is not a fan. There are many more feminine body parts floating around than rock hard abs, but CNN wins him every time.

I do the news doomsday scroll throughout the day so that by the time Matt James is ready to kiss 15 different women on a farm while they shovel manure and chase goats. I’m all in.

Never mind that I’ve always been partial to goats.

India, 2007. I don’t even know how to leave the state anymore.
Nepal, 2007
India, 2007. I was on the cusp of the selfie movement.
India, 2007. I told you I like goats.

4 thoughts on “Just a superfluous post about reality TV and goats, because what else is going on in my life? Is it time for another cookie yet?

  1. Goats are the freakin’ best! They’re so skittish while also being so endearingly feisty and stubborn! They’re also the best way to keep coyotes off your property if you’re an acreage owner ๐Ÿ™‚ Odd fact, I know, but I spent part of my childhood in a small town so I had acreage friends who almost all had goats so that the coyotes wouldn’t come up to the house. More quality goat time for me!!

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    • Love that!! And I’m very envious! I always wanted a pet goat. When I was five, my mom thought it would be easier to take me to city hall and have them tell me I wasn’t allowed to have a pet goat in the city. They then told me I could! So that backfired for my mom. She had to tell me no after all. ๐Ÿ˜‚

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  2. I love goats we had one when Matt and Peter were small, she was called Cloe. We used to take her for a walk on a leash with our dog Ben. We only bought her because she was going to be dog meat. She ate everything in the garden. Including the washing off the line.

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