Nothing Worth Doing is Ever Easy

The first example of this is creating this website.  There has been cursing and tears while working on it, trying to make it 'just right' within my limited web-design (read: virtually nonexistent) skills and available time.  I'm trying to do as much as I can myself, since Jay is so busy during school semesters I can't always wait til Summer or Winter break to get things moving.  He's also got a list of tasks to complete that's a mile long, in order to get ready for the boys arrival in a couple weeks. Just in the last few weeks he's built an annex to the chicken coop to allow the Van der Flocken sisters a run of their own, two extra pallets for the goats, and started the wall to be put down the middle of the barn in order to allow us a way to separate goats if the initial introduction doesn't go as harmoniously as I'd like.  Guarantee:  more tears from me when one of the girls, likely Amelia, is mean to one of the new little guys.  We may have to resort to either alcohol or sedatives.  Or both. 

I started the website because I needed at least a bare-bones web presence for the arrival of the December Spinning Box.  Junebug Farms mohair locks will make their public debut in this box. and I wanted to introduce ourselves to those of you whom we haven't met.  In the very near future, I hope to have a product page set up so you can see what fibers are available for purchase.  

I do hope you'll check back soon, and "meet" the boys when they arrive.  

 Jay and I with Pixie and Delphine, half sisters to our girls, from Good Fibrations Farm in Barnardsville, NC

Jay and I with Pixie and Delphine, half sisters to our girls, from Good Fibrations Farm in Barnardsville, NC