Or possibly Saturday, depending on how much encouragement it will take before my boyfriend finishes the last 15 or so feet of fencing, haha. I'm so excited and still a little shocked at how perfectly everything worked out! I'm getting them from Carol at C & J Farms and she and her husband have been so wonderful. I only mention the name because when I looked over the pedigrees of the three I'm getting, I recognized a few of the farm names that I've seen on here! I thought that was real cool. I've been there 3 times in the past week for a couple hours each time chatting about goat care, yesterday morning Carol taught me how to milk her 3 does and today I did it all by myself! A little more difficult than I had expected at first (tiiiny little ND teats!) but after a little while I seemed to pick up a bit of a rhythm and everything "flowed" smoothly. Much easier today than yesterday, and I was definitely faster this time. It was so relaxing and peaceful listening to the goat munching on alfalfa pellets and grain, milk squirting into the pail, felt like bonding time. I think 7am and 7pm are going to be my new favorite times of the day once my girl is in milk!